Glorious Accra Hearts Of Oak are currently leading Aduana Stars in an ongoing Ghana Premier League week three encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium.
For the Phobians, it is actually a must-win game as they are yet to pick a win in their campaign so far.
Hearts Of Oak who are the defending champions of the Ghana Premier League started on a brighter note and did not take too long to score the opening goal.
It was Frederick Ansah Botchway who started the build up from midfield and located Salifu Ibrahim who then sent a decisive one into the box Kofi Kordzi.
Kofi Kordzi controlled beautifully and chipped the ball in with his right foot in the 10th minute to give Hearts Of Oak the lead.
The home team continued to press but failed to find the back of the net again despite the several chances created in the first half.
The second half is already underway at the Accra Sports Stadium with Hearts leading by a goal to nil.
Kindly click on the link below to watch Kofi Kordzi's goal:
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