The CHAN team camping in Prampram won 4-1 in a preparation game against Pinnacle Ciroma ahead of a qualifier match with Benin. The training match was played yesterday and Hearts of Oak were instrumental in that win.
Five hearts of players took part of the training game against Pinnacle Ciroma at Prampram. Their striker and winger Daniel Afriyie Barnie took part of the training game and he even got a goal in the process.
And Seidu Suraj was also in action. The young player also played for the Black Galaxies and he also scored a goal for them. Accra Hearts of Oak' Captain, Mohammed Alhassan was also in action and he did marvelously well at the defense.
Hearts of Oak's left back, Dennis Korsah also featured in the game. The Black Stars player who is now a Black Galaxies player played like he used to. And finally, Hearts of Oak 's most popular midfielder, Gladson Awako also took part of the game.
These five Hearts of Oak players were unstoppable as they helped the Black Galaxies to get a 4-1 win ahead of their WAFU zone B qualifier against Benin.
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