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Accra Hearts Of Oak beat CI Kamsar of Guinea to progress in the CAF Champions League

Accra Hearts of Oak are through to the following phase of the CFA Champions League following a great second-half exhibition saw them thump Guinean side CI Kamsar away from plain view. 

Kamsar's cautious methodology worked in the primary half as they restricted Hearts of Oak less freedoms regardless of the Ghanaian side overwhelming belonging at the Accra Sports Stadium. 

It proceeded until when Samuel Boadu changed his strategies and presented new legs for the Phobians. Substitutes Kofi Kordzi and Salim Adams scored the goals that gave Hearts a 2-0 victory.

Kordzi who rejoined the club last month after a bombed stretch in Qatar got the opener with a wonderful free-kick which totally beat Kamsar goalkeeper. 

Hearts multiplied their lead through another new obtaining Salim Adams whose brutal strike from the edge of the container went straight into the net. 

The success implies Hearts will go head to head with Moroccan goliaths Wydad Casablanca in the first round of the landmass' world class club contest. 

Because of political agitation in Guinea, Hearts and CI Kamsar was rescheduled to an oddball decider and the Phobians committed no error playing at home. 

Notwithstanding, a two-legged tie is expected between Accra Hearts of Oak and Wydad Casablanca of Morocco.

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