Accra Hearts of Oak have served a gentle reminder of what could be a club versus national team game, as their players scored for Black Galaxies at the Cape Coast Stadium yesterday. Three players of Accra Hearts of Oak scored three goals for Black Galaxies as they dispatched Benin Squirrels by three unanswered goals in a Chan qualifier.
Ghana’s opening goal for the day came via a spot kick after a hand ball and Daniel Afriyie Barnieh boldly planted the ball through the right side of the goalkeeper. That was a breathtaking moment for the Accra Hearts of Oak winger.
The second goal for Black Galaxies arrive me from the brilliance of Accra Hearts of Oak defender Mohammed Alhassan, while skipper Gladson Awako of Accra Hearts of Oak curled the third goal for Black Galaxies after an intricate assist from Umar Bashiru.
Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu was captured on camera jubilating wildly as his players hoisted the flag of Ghana high through goals.
Accra Hearts of Oak - on their social media handles - have indicated what appears to be a match between them and Benin.
“You can't get it wrong with your "Hearts" choice.
Hearts of Oak 3 : 0 Benin.
We are proud of our Galaxies.
The 3:0 first leg win places Ghana in an advantageous position ahead of the return leg in Benin.
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