MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak 1-1 Medeama - Tahiru's late goal deny Hearts to end first round with victory Featured
03 Jun

MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak 1-1 Medeama - Tahiru's late goal deny Hearts to end first round with victory

A late goal from Awudu Tahiru denied Accra Hearts of Oak from ending the first round of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season with a win.
Hearts of Oak were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Medeama in the week 15 of the Ghana Premier League at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
Coach Henry Wellington made three changes in his team that drew with WAFA in match-day 14 as Benjamin Afutu Kotey and newly-signed goalie Ernest Sowah got the nod to start. Joseph Esso also returned from injury.
Medeama began the match on a bright note but failed to snatch the opener as Hearts opened the score after the half hour-mark of the game.
Ivorian international Aboubacar Traore registered his first goal for the Phobians with a brilliant finish in the 37th minute of the game.
The Tarkwa-based club tried their lucks with long range strikes through Kwasi Donsu and Kwame Boateng as they were searching for the equaliser.
The first department of the game ended in a 1-0 victory in favor of the homesters, Hearts of Oak.
After the break, Medeama continued to mount pressure on Hearts of Oak with Joseph Tetteh Zutah in midfield.
Kwasi Donsu nearly restored the parity of the match but his 75th minute shot went wide.
A 94th minute goal from Awudu Tahiru denied the Rainbow club from their fifth victory of the season.
Hearts of Oak were saved by the crossbar in the dying embers of the match as it ended in a 1-1 draw.
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