Young Wise from Accra was very lucky yesterday to go pass the early goal scored by the Hearts of Oak striker Abednego Tetteh. The first goal of the player was disallowed but not knowing what actually went on for the referee to flag him offside.
The supporters was pondering how the goal can be disallow. This is a clean goal from the striker. The celebration was already on the way for the player to enjoy his game as the first official goal for Hearts.
It is very clear that his combination with Afriyie Barnieh was exceptional, by giving a splitting pass which was unlooking. Afriyie Barnieh didn't waste time on the ball but dribble pass the goalkeeper and finally got the team a penalty. Which he calmly planted the ball at the back of the net.
The subliming pass from Abednego Tetteh was the big deal yesterday for the game. But the two forwards for Hearts of Oak never lose confidence but forced their way to put the team in front over Young Wise.
Abednego Tetteh enjoyed his longest stay on the pitch than any other match he have played for Hearts. This is what he has to be doing as a tough striker, ready to make an impact in the games for Hearts of Oak.
Gradually, the confidence is coming back for the Phobians to be able to cruise to victory with the help Abednego Tetteh. The player is gathering momentum and steadily progressing to get his form back with the trust the coach got in him.
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