MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak 0-0 WAFA - Academy boys frustrate Hearts in Kumasi Featured
24 May

MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak 0-0 WAFA - Academy boys frustrate Hearts in Kumasi

Accra Hearts of Oak recorded their fourth victory of the season in the week 13 of the Ghana Premier League on Thursday afternoon.
West African Football Academy SC held Coach Henry Wellington's side to a 0-0 stalemate at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
The Rainbow boys dominated the first department of the match but failed the find the back of the net as ended in a scoreless draw.
Hearts of Oak made three changes in their starting line up as Ivorian Camara Nguessan and young left-back William Dankyi made their debut.
Midfielder Malik Akowuah tried his luck with a long range strike in the sixth minute of the game but it went wide.
The Phobians continued mounting pressure on the Academy boys as Christopher Bonney's shoot was cooled by goalkeeper Prince Bilson.
Joseph Esso nearly snatched the opener for Hearts but his powerful header was saved by Prince Bilson in the 30th minute.
Hearts of Oak could have ended the first half in a victory but Isaac Mensah's audacious shot went over the bar.
Back from the break, West African Football Academy outplayed Hearts of Oak as goalkeeper Ben Mensah's holiday was over.
The inclusion of George Asamoah, Richard Danso and Adam Inusah frustrated the midfield of the homesters in the second department.
Esso wasted another opportunity in the mid of the game after failing to connect a pass from skipper Winful Cobbinah.
Substitute Richard Danso could have broke the deadlock in the 68th minute but his strike went wide.
Both side could be found guilty for squandering most of their chances and set-pieces awarded to them as the match ended in a 0-0 draw.
Defender Benjamin Agyare was adjudged the man of the match award following his splendid performance.
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