The keenly contested match saw both teams share the points in a 1-1 draw as West African Football Academy (WAFA) continued to enjoy their unbeaten home run against the defending champions.
In the first half of the match, Accra Hearts of Oak’s ace striker Kofi Kordzi scored a brilliant goal to give the “never say die” boys a lead in the first half. This was after he had missed a huge opportunity to give his team the lead.
WAFA changed their approach in the second half to a more offensive and high-pressure game. This opened up the game and Hearts of Oak struggled to keep up with the intensity. Eventually, Sampson Agyapong of WAFA equalized for the Academy boys in the 59th minute.
Hearts of Oak are currently in the 6th position with just 2 points after two games played. Their position on the league table is expected to drop as other teams play their matches on Saturday and Sunday.
Many fans have are not happy with the results the team is putting up especially after the humiliating loss to Wydad Athletic Club.
Watch highlight of Kofi Kordzi's goal here: https://twitter.com/SaddickAdams/status/1456662809996144643
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