Real Tamale United thrashed Accra Hearts of Oak to a 4-1 defeat to remain in the Ghana Premier League.
The Pride of the North came back from a goal down to humiliate the host to a 4-1 defeat on match day 34 of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Suraj Seidu broke the game's tie in the 10th minute to put the Phobians in the lead, but the Phobians couldn't contain the relegation-threatening side.
David Sanda Abagna scored again five minutes before halftime to give Real Tamale United United a 3-1 lead at the break.
The Phobians returned from the half-time break to tie the game, but their strikers couldn't utilize the few opportunities that came their way.
Accra Hearts of Oak lost their midfield as Real Tamale United took over to dominate play.
Mohammed Alhassam mistakenly scored an own goal to hand victory to Real Tamale United United.
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