Defending champions Hearts of Oak defeated Tarkwa based side Medeama SC at the Accra sports stadium this afternoon. Isaac Mensah scored the only goal of the game in the second half after connecting beautifully to an Afriyie Barnieh cross. Samuel Boadu has gotten one over his former side. The Phobians controlled the game beautifully but couldn't find their scoring boots. That has been their main problem throughout this season. They have been creating the chances but putting the ball at the back of the net is the problem. At least they have managed to secure all the 3 points.
They will now turn their attention to the big clash next week in Kumasi. They will be playing Kumasi Asante Kotoko in their next encounter. This clash might have a bearing on the title race. Kotoko is 10 points above Hearts having played a game less. Bechem United and Aduana Stars are 8 points behind having played the same number of games as Kotoko. If Kotoko emerges victorious in this encounter, that might put the seal on them as eventual winners of the league.
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