Legon Cities have managed to draw 1 - 1 with Accra Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Jonas Attoquaye put the Royals into the lead but Accra Hearts of Oak pulled parity courtesy Kojo Obeng Junior in the closing stages of the game.
Accra Hearts of Oak have now gone four matches without a win.
Obeng junior makes an effort at goal but his drive misses target narrowly.
In the 15th minutes, Patrick Razak got his way through Legon Cities defenders, brought down in the process and earned a deserving penalty. Abdul Manaf Umar emerged the taker, blowing away the glorious moment to shoot his tewm into the lead.
Legon cities earn a free kick inches away from the hearts penalty box area.
In the 19th minutes, Addo of Legon Cities set up Jonas Attuquaye, who brilliantly out ran Nuru Sulley, entered Accra Hearts of Oak danger zone, got blocked, managed to get up and slot the ball past Mohammed Alhassan and Nuru Sulley into the yawning net.
Legon cities goalkeeper, Selorm Honu makes two excellent saves within a minute to prevent hearts from getting the equalizer
Hearts pile more pressure on Legon cities in search of the equalizer but Vincent Adu Gyamfi, Micheal Ampadu and others stood vigilant to clear all balls to safety.
Hearts remained behind to end the first half.
Accra Hearts of Oak picked up from where they left off as they piled few pressure on Legon Cities.
Long balls coupled with constant runs characterized Hearts game but Legon Cities kept them under surveillance.
In the 67th minutes, Abdul Fatawu put in an in-swing only to go direct into the waiting arms of goalkeeper Selorm Honu of Legon Cities.
Baba Mahama of Legon Cities tormented Hearts defenders with his runs, brought down and referee came to his mercy.
In a space of two minutes, hearts players, that is, Nuru Sulley, Abdul Aziz and Benjamin Afutu were booked due to the blistering form of Baba Mahama.
Abdul Aziz flighted a ball to Benjamin Afutu but his connection soared high over the goal post in the 74th minutes.
Legon Cities began to began to defend with all
their hearts as they realized they could leave the Accra Sports Stadium with the three maximum points.
In the 85th minutes, Raddy Ovouka found Kojo Obeng Junior with a cross, who in turn took on defenders calmly and fetched the equalizer for Accra Hearts of Oak.
Legon Cities,after the equalizer, kept controlling play in the game.
The four minutes of added time did not produce any magic for both sides, ending the game one all
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