NC Special Cup Report: Hearts of Oak 1-0 Dreams FC - Rainbow boys silence 'Noisy' Dreams FC again Featured
31 Mar

NC Special Cup Report: Hearts of Oak 1-0 Dreams FC - Rainbow boys silence 'Noisy' Dreams FC again

Coach Kim Grant and his charges recorded their first victory in the GFA Normalization Committee Special Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Accra Hearts of Oak managed to beat Dreams FC 1-0 in the match-day one of the competition at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The first department of the match was balanced as ended in a scoreless draw.
Midfielder Aminu Alhassan nearly fetched the opener for Hearts of Oak but his audacious 20-yard shot was cooled by goalkeeper Isaac Amoako on the 8th minute.
Captain Eric Gawu and Yakubu Issah also came closed of scoring for the visitors but their strikes on the 13th and 17th minute respectively went wide.
Goalkeeper Isaac Amoako denied Kofi Kordzi from netting his first competitive goal for the Pobians with a brilliant save.
Both sides could be found guilty was wasting their numerous chances created and set-pieces awarded to them as the first half ended in a 0-0 draw.
Three minutes after the break, Young forward Kwadwo Obeng Junior grabbed the lead for the Rainbow boys with a cool finish.
Joseph Esso was also denied by goalkeeper Amoako on the 57th minute as Kofi Kordzi also wasted a glorious opportunity on the half-hour hour mark.
Dreams FC gained possession in the dying embers of the match to level the score but their strikes from Richard Amoh, Eric Gawu and Kingsley Owusu were saved by goalkeeper Richmond Ayi.
Hearts of Oak will travel to face Elmina Sharks whiles Dreams FC will host Karela United in the match-day two of the Normalization Committee Special Cup.
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