Japanese ‘Mbappe’ Jindo Morishita of Ebusua Dwarfs made his Ghana Premier League debut exactly a week ago today against Techiman XI Wonders in Cape Coast in a 1-1 stalemate.
The Japanese ‘Mbappe’ Morishita was a second half substitute in the game his team should have won easily but dropped valuable points at home to fellow relegation battlers.
Morishita did not just show glimpses of what fans should expect from him in the coming games but was rather a delight to watch throughout the time he spent on the field with simple and tidy passes coupled with intelligent runs into open spaces.
The 25-year-old attacker who can fit on both wings and behind the striker can also play as the target man due to his intelligence and swiftness which makes him a great fit for the Crabs in their quest to beat the drop zone.
After his introduction to the match after the hour mark, the Japanese wasted no time to show his mettle with intelligent and pinpoint forward passes.
Morishita had a 100 percent pass accuracy in the game and came close to scoring but was a second or two late to as he ended up fouling the Wonders goalkeeper but was surprised when the call went against him after his colleague had poked home the second goal which was eventually chalked off.
With the little he showed on his debut, there is no doubt that he will succeed in the Ghana Premier League and could prove to be very important to the Green and Yellows in their big fight against relegation.