The second leg of the Second Preliminary Stage game of the CAF Champions League is currently in play between Ghanaian giants, Hearts of Oak Sporting Club and Moroccan giants, Wydad Athletic Club at Stade Mohammed V in Morocco.
Check below for the Starting XI of Hearts of Oak SC:
Simon Msuva scored an early goal for Wydad Athletic Club. Aymane El Hassouni extended the lead for the Moroccan giants in the 7th minute of the game.
The Ghana Premier League (GPL) champions are down by 4 goals to nil in the first half of the game.
Hearts of Oak Sporting Club won the first leg by a lone goal at the Ohene Djan Sports Stadium just a week ago. As it stands, the aggregate score is 4:1 in favour of the Moroccan side.
A post from the club's Twitter handle indicates that the referee, Ostogo Castane from Gabon seems to be implementing some sort of agenda against them. Check below for the post:
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