MATCH REPORT: Berekum Chelsea 3-0 Hearts of Oak - the Blues wallop Rainbow boys Featured
08 Apr

MATCH REPORT: Berekum Chelsea 3-0 Hearts of Oak - the Blues wallop Rainbow boys

Berekum Chelsea recorded their first victory of the ongoing Ghana Premier League against Hearts of Oak on Sunday afternoon.
 
The Berekum-based club hammered Accra Hearts of Oak 3-0 in their week five fixture at the Golden City Park.
 
The Blues lads started the match on a good note as Stephen Amankona nearly got the opener in the early minutes.
 
Goalkeeper Benjamin Mensah was unrest in the first half as Amankona and Obeng tried some audacious shots to call him to duty.
 
Berekum Chelsea mounted pressure on Hearts in the first department despite their men in the middle - Aminu Alhassan and Malik Akowuah.
 
The first half of the match ended in a scoreless stalemate at the Golden City Park.
 
Two minutes after recess, Stephen Amankona snatched the opener for Chelsea with a beautiful strike.
 
Chelsea continued dominating the game with some fearsome attacks as Braimah Mohammed doubled the lead for his side in the 75th minute.
 
On-loan Collins Armeyaw completed Berekum Chelsea demolition exercise with his 78th minute goal.
 
Hearts of Oak will face Wa All Stars at Cape Coast whiles Berekum Chelsea will be traveling to battle out with Karela FC.

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