NC Special Cup Report: Liberty Professionals 0-1 Hearts of Oak - Obeng Junior grabs first away win for the Phobians Featured
14 Apr

NC Special Cup Report: Liberty Professionals 0-1 Hearts of Oak - Obeng Junior grabs first away win for the Phobians

A lone strike from Kojo Obeng Junior helped Hearts of Oak to record their first away victory in the ongoing GFA Normalization Committee Special Cup.

Coach Kim Grant and his charges inflicted a 1-0 home defeat on Liberty Professionals in the match-day five of the competition at the Carl Reindolf Park in Dansoman.
 
The Rainbow boys piled pressure on the homesters as they were searching for the opener before the break.
 
Togolese goalkeeper Fatao Alhassan denied Fatawu Mohammed, William Dankyi and Fatawu Mohammed from scoring in the early minutes of the match.
 
Young forward Obeng Kojo Junior registered his name on the score sheet with classy finish to hand Hearts of Oak the lead on the stroke of halftime.
 
The first half ended in a 1-0 win in favor of Accra Hearts of Oak.
 
Back from the break, the home side started on a good note with much pressure on the Phobians to find the back of the net.
 
Striker Emmanuel Addo nearly levelled the score but his shot went wide on the 49th minute of the game.
 
Hearts of Oak calmly displayed brilliant passes to frustrate the homesters in the mid of the second half.
 
Both sides failed to score in the second department despite the numerous chances created and set-pieces awarded to them.
 
The match ended in a 1-0 win in favor of Hearts of Oak.
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