Real Tamale United Survived in the Ghana Premier League after walking past Accra Hearts of Oak by 4-1. on Sunday clash.
RTU was optimistic that a win against the Accra based club will help them to remain in the premier league.
This gingered the Northern club to give a stunning performance which eventually helped to defeat the phobians with that huge margin.
The match saw the Northern side falling behind as they conceded at the nineth minutes of play.
Quickly, Ronald Frimpong equalising in the 19th minute.
In the 30th minute, David Abagna converted from the spot-kick to give RTU the lead, and by halftime, they were up 3-1 thanks to Frimpong’s second.
They came back from the break to score the fourth goal, cementing their famous win and their safety in the league.
The phobians though are out of the top four current. This is a big blow to the entire team.
Now much attention will be shifted to their crucial encounter against Bechem United in the MTN FA Cup final.
Source : 3News
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