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Great Olympics tug of peace is over as the landlords over Hearts-Sports Presenter

Twenty times Ghana Premier League champions, Accra Hearts of Oak hosted city rivals Accra Great Olympics for the "Mantse Derby" last week, January 30, 2021.

The two Accra clubs battled it out this evening for the bragging rights for the matchday 11 fixture in the ongoing 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season. The last time the two teams met in the Ghana Premier League was in the 2019/2020 truncated season where the Phobians thumped the Dade Boys 4-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium. Twenty times Ghana Premier League champions, showed mater class performance over the own backyard team.

The two Accra clubs showed us what they have install for us this season with marvelous sscenes and display. Before the match, the Great Olympics Twitter handle said that they were rather the landlords of the capital and not Hearts of Oak.

The last time the two teams metwas just a small section of their display on the pitch and squad deficiency. Based on the statistics available, Accra Hearts of Oak are the clear favorites for the clash involving Greater Accra’s two traditional clubs. The Phobians hold the upper hand in terms of head to head stats, having won 4 and lost none in their last five games against Saturday’s visitors. Their four wins against Olympics include a 4-0 thrashing at the Accra Sports Stadium in last season’s truncated league.

The two clubs based in the capital last two weeks locked horns at the Accra Sports Stadium to honor matchday 11 of the ongoing Ghanaian top-flight league campaign. Great Olympics talisman Gladson Awako stepped up for the kick and expertly converted into the top corner of the post. Later on, the Dade Boys scored again through Maxwell Quaye in the 16th minute to double their lead after an impressive sequence of team play.

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