MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak hold Dreams in Dawu Featured
04 Mar

MATCH REPORT: Hearts of Oak hold Dreams in Dawu

The Newly-Promoted Ghana Premier League side were held to a one-all draw by Hearts of Oak in a club friendly.
Accra Hearts of Oak continued their impressive run in their preseason games with another draw with Dreams FC on Sunday afternoon.
Dreams FC were held to a 1-1 stalemate by the Rainbow club at the Theatre of Dreams Park in Dawu.
The Phobians started the match on a good note with brilliant passes as they utilized their first chance to register the opener in the 15th minute.
Samudeen Ibrahim grabbed the lead for the Coach Wellington's side with a cool finish after connecting a free-kick from Hearts new boy Camara.
Hearts continued mounting pressure on the homesters as Akowuah's shot was saved by goalkeeper Isaac Amoako.
Coach Karim Zito and his charges gained possession with their beautiful short and long passes to level the score before the break.
Veteran striker Eric Gawu netted the equalizer for the Still Believes lads in the 42nd minute of the match with a powerful header from Razak Cromwell's cross.
Back from the break, Dreams FC dominated the match but failed to find the back of the net as well as Hearts squandered their chances to restore the lead.
A late venomous strike from was saved by goal Theophilus Jackson.
The two clubs are currently preparing ahead of the new Ghana Premier League season.
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