The Accra Hearts of Oak team has done everything possible to get the best out of the starting eleven this evening. All things been equal the Phobians piled pressure on the Sharks team but couldn't utilise it. The two sides have been better in possessing the ball on the pitch.
There have been a lot of chances from both teams but Sharks was the first to get a goal in the first half but was flagged offside. Hearts of Oak also replied them suddenly with a penalty but kicked the ball against the goalkeeper Bawa. This accounted for a player from Sharks named 'Donkor'. Hearts did a substitution by changing Patrick Razak for Afriyie Barnieh. During the inception of the winger in the game everything changed with his dazzling skills and pace to help the team get an equaliser.
All the game is now centered on the referee for whistling for that penalty. It is well for Hearts but not good for Sharks because the players feels cheated by the officiating officials.
Moreover, the infringement that went the way of the Phobians are clear but due to the tension on the league table, all things that are going on in the league right now is that the Ghana football association and FIFA should push more money and get VAR for the league. The decision by the referee is not their fault and can never be blame for those prompt decisions.
Lastly, the football association should put in much effort by paying the referee this time match day 25.
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