Phobian hearts broken at Tema

13 years ago

Accra Hearts of Oak’s miserable season continued at the Tema Park where they allowed Tema Youth to overcome them on their way to a 3-2 win on Wednesday.

The result leaves the Eyal Lachman’s side with more to ponder about as they cling onto the 11th position with little hope of securing a top four finish.

The Phobians were 2-1 up at the start of recess but Tema Youth looked more determined to pick all the points as their purposeful play saw them draw level before going ahead to win the game 3-2.

Ekow Ghansah’s brace was not enough as Nana Eshun also responded with a brace for Tema Youth before Sulemana clinched the match winner.

At the Sekondi Sports Stadium, Asante Kotoko could only manage a point off Hasaacas as two second half strikes from Isaac Donkor and William Ocran helped the home team to cancel out Kojo Poku’s brace in the first half in the late kick off match.

The result leaves the Porcupine Warriors with a 9-point lead after their closest contenders but does little to lessen the problems of Hasaacas who are just a step above the bottom-placed team.

Heart of Lions settled for 1-1 draw with Kessben FC in a match played earlier in the afternoon at the Anane Boateng Stadium.

Bismark Idan put Lions in the lead from a spot kick but Michael Ofosu-Appiah cancelled it out for the premiership debutants before halftime. Lions still stay second and trail the league leaders by nine points.

Liberty Professionals claimed all three points with after a Latif Salifu first half strike helped them to a 1-0 win over Berekum Arsenals at the Carl Reindorf Park.

At the Ohene Djan Stadium, Wa All Stars failed to convert the many chances created as they fought back to draw 2-2 with Great Olympics, who look bound for relegation.

AshantiGold maintained their good form after beating Zaytuna FC 3-0 at the Len Clay Stadium.

King Faisal also picked all three points against Real Tamale United at the Baba Yara Stadium after winning 2-1 while Gamba All Blacks, who recently appointed their fifth coach of the season also won.

Herbert Addo, who has been handed the task of saving the Black Magicians from the drop, led them to beat Real Sportive 3-0 at the Swedru Park.