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03 May

4 Things We Learned as Liberty Frustrate Hearts to a Drawn Game

Liberty Professionals may be having a difficult campaign this term but against Accra Hearts of Oak on Wednesday,they did what they needed to do to earn  a point.
 
Hearts’ performance was not the kind of performance that would worry Liberty Professionals as the Scientific Soccer Lads started the game with great gusto and could have even scored in the early minutes of the game but unfortunately, their attackers were wasteful, spurning the chances that came their way.
 
Here are four things we learned in the Hearts/ Liberty stalemate
 
It was a frustrating day for Patrick Razak- and it showed
 
From the off, Razak was on a mission, He was the difference when Hearts pipped Asante Kotoko on Sunday, and clearly relished stealing the show for the Phobians once again. Unfortunately, it wasn’t his day; he was pulled from pillar to post by the Liberty defence and rarely played in by those around him; understandably, he found it tough to hide his frustration.
 
His sights of goal were few and far between, and he struggled to connect with the minimal service from his teammates. A curler that went wayward was all he could muster, and he was certainly not afraid to voice his opinion to his teammates- testament of how bad things went for him on the day.
 
Liberty played with no fear and took the game to Hearts
 
On a day Hearts fans welcome their heroes after a resounding victory over their sworn rivals, Asante Kotoko last weekend,it would have been understandable for Reginald Asante’s side to play within themselves, the visitor found their feet straight away and set about quietening the home crowd. Liberty passed the ball around with confidence and created a few chances, taking advantage of Hearts’ decision not to press high. Both sides showed ability in midfield, too. 
Simon Zibo thwarting Hearts’ efforts.
 
Hearts simply must change their approach if they want to win the title
 
As it stands, though nothing is certain in the league, it looks as though Hearts face a herculean task in winning the title that has eluded the club for almost decade. Rather bizarrely, Hearts fall when they are the bookmakers’ favourite. Out of the eleven games played so far, The Phobians have won four, lost and drawn on three occasions. If the Phobians dream of winning the championship, then, their approach  should be geared towards winning the title and not beating Kotoko.
 
Benjamin Agyare is a class act and has underlined his Hearts credentials.
 
Few centre-backs possess the ball-playing skills of Benjamin Agyare. The former Heart of Lions man has impressed since making a move to the Ghanaian giants.Agyare was all things to the Phobians; barking orders, winning tackles and headers, cajoling team-mates. Inspiring.
 
His performance against Liberty Professionals was another huge endorsement of his ability. Should he continue in this stead, I won’t be surprised to have a lot of clubs queue to sign him on
 
By: Godfred Budu Yeboah
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