Matchday 27 brought much joy and excitement to Accra Hearts of Oak fans. The team who were on the same points with Kumasi Asante Kotoko needed to win this weekend's match against Berekum Chelsea to still keep their hopes high.
This came as a bonus when Kumasi Asante Kotoko drew with Aduana Stars a day before they played.
In the game against Aduana Stars, the club stood up to get a 2-0 win over their opponent. Two players who made sure to secure a win for the team are Benjamin Afutu and Kwadwo Obeng Junior.
Kwadwo Obeng Junior stood up to the challenge by producing a goal that brought comfort to the team. Although the player has not been that outstanding in the team, whenever he is called upon, he delivers.
Due to the exceptional performance he has been giving, he has been likened to the former Juventus left-footed striker.
"Kwadwo must keep focus. His deadly left foot will take him to places. The only complete striker in the GPL." - Opeele Boateng
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