The Ghana League Champions Accra Hearts of Oak had sufficient two late strike from the Kofi Kodzi and Salim Adams, after having seen their Guinean opponent, CI Kamsar, at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra, in the next rounds of CAF Champions League qualification for their position. In the next round of the competition, Hearts is now facing Morocco's WAC.
Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has named a strong team for Sunday's CAF Champions League match against Club Industriel de Kamsar of Guinea.
In the preliminary round of the continental showcase, the Phobians face the Guineans in a one-off match at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Mohammed Alhassan and Robert Addo Sowah make up the central defense pairing.
Caleb Amankwah has overcome an injury to earn a starting spot in the midfield, where he will be partnered by Frederick Ansah Botchway and Emmanuel Nettey.
The attack will see Isaac Mensah, Salifu Ibrahim and Ghana U20 captain Daniel Afriyie Barnieh.
The winner of this game match will advance to the next round to face Moroccan giants Wydad Athletic Club.
Below is the starting lineup:
Richard Attah 🇬🇭 (GK) Fatawu Mohammed 🇬🇭 (C) Raddy Ovuoka Hokemba 🇨🇬 Robert Addo Sowah 🇬🇭 Mohammed Alhassan 🇬🇭 Caleb Amankwah 🇬🇭 Emmanuel Nettey 🇬🇭 Fredrick Ansah Botchway 🇬🇭 Salifu Ibrahim 🇬🇭 Isaac Mensah 🇬🇭 Daniel Afriyie Barnie 🇬🇭.
Good job guys
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