Accra Hearts of Oak are the league leaders in the Ghana Premier League. The team have been on a scintillating form this season. They are unbeaten in their last eleven matches in all competitions. And they have been tipped as the favourites to win the league this season.
Their players have been remarkable and are eyeing to win the FA Cup as well to complete the double. They beat their arch-rivals Asante Kotoko by 1-0 to secure the first position. There’s 3 points gap between Hearts and Kotoko. Hearts have amassed 56 points in 31 matches whiles Kotoko have amassed 53 points in 31 matches.
There are only three games left, and the phobians need 6 points to crowned the league winners. The rainbow boys take on Ebusua Dwarfs as their next fixture in the Ghana Premier League.
After their game against Kotoko, ex Kotoko player Eric Bekoe shared his views, and these were his words “If I were around I would have called for the Hearts players to be tested for doping after the game, I got scared by the comments of Samuel Boadu on Thursday after the Legon Cities game. If you look at the energy of the Hearts players, you could say they were too tough for Kotoko to compete with,” he said.
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