CI Kamsar was very tough for the Phobians in the game which nearly ended in a drawn game. The Guinean side were very strong and bulky players at their half. They were very strong on the ball and tactical on the ground.
The possession was 50/50 to both sides. Things didn’t go right for the home team at the first half. We saw the whole teams playing very well like teams in Africa. Hearts of Oak got more goal scoring opportunities than Kamsar.
Hearts this time round was very perfect and got their mistakes right in the second half. They outplayed their opponent and got two goals without accepting none of them. They were all flagged offside and one infringement.
At the end of the match Hearts got the upper hand by beating and punishing the players on the field. At the end of the game the possession was 60/40 going in favour of Hearts of Oak.
After the match Coach Samuel Boadu told GTV Sports+ “I realized CI Kamsar was so compact and couldn’t not penetrate so we have to try a different approach by using high balls as I realized they were not good in the air, that’s how come we punished them”.
In the next match will be played against Wydad on the 22nd October, 2021.
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