1. Elmina Sharks vs Hearts of Oak "I'm ready to rise out of the ashes", says Hearts of Oak striker Kofi Kordzi. The entire team needs to rise out of the ashes. The full team should be worked on psychologically. Hearts of Oak have endured a horrible African campaign in the last few months in North Africa.
Accra Hearts of Oak will take on Moroccan club Wydad Atheltic Casablanca this month. Having eliminated Guinean team CI Kamsar in September, club loyalists look forward to another massive victory in a quest to reach the group stage. Coach Samuel Boadu together with the other members of the technical team, have been working assiduously to put the team in a proper shape.
A spirited first half performance by Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium against Wydad Athletic Club gave them a step towards a good second leg in Morocco. The Morocco club started their attack early in the game giving them two corner kicks in succession under two minutes.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko recorded their second win of the Ghana Premier League season courtesy late goals from Samuel Boateng and Ismail Ganiu. This was the second time that the porcupine warriors had stolen a victory in a match where it seemed like all was lost. Hearts of Oak on the other side, have drawn both their games this season, leaving them with just two points and 9th on the league table.
It was a fairy dream fall apart as Ghanaian champions, Accra Hearts of Oak were dealt a huge blow tonight in Casablanca. Everyone knew that the game will be a difficult game especially as North Africans are noted to play hard and time wasting when they play a second leg at home.
Forward Isaac Mensah scored in the first half as Hearts of Oak picked up an important 1-0 victory over Wydad Casablanca in the first leg of the CAF Champions League play-off in Accra on Sunday. Isaac Mensah controlled a clever delivery by midfielder Ibrahim Salifu into the net for the only goal of the tight contest at the Ohene Gyan Sports Stadium Accra.
After recording a slim margin win at the Accra Sports Stadium, Hearts of Oak are determined to finish the job they started a week ago when they take on Morroco giants Wydad in Sunday 24th October 2021. Accra Hearts of Oak will have to avoid a defeat to in order to qualify to the group stages of the competition which is also referred as the money zone.
This is what tradition have always been the same the Champions of African Club Football will always remain victorious if they meet any team at the finals of the CAF Champions League. They are really good investors and have a better football developmental routine, from management, coaches to academy. Al Ahly have reached the final of the Caf Champions League following their 3-1 victory over Wydad Athletic Club at Cairo International Stadium on Friday. The Egyptian side went into the encounter with a 2-0 advantage