Match Review: Legon Cities hold Hearts of Oak in Accra

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In a very intense game in a 25% capacity stadium, Hearts of Oak pursued their opponents deep in attack in search of the first goal, with the returning Kofi Kodzie working with Isaac Mensah up front, but the early ammunition incursions brought no phobias Gate .

Legon Cities, however, remained organized in defense with the improvised defensive pair of Richard Mohammed Joseph Adjei.

In 16 minutes the Phobians had the chance to advance, but could not take the chance.

The cities took advantage of the Hearts team’s disorganization to score the first goal of the game 4 minutes later after Jonah Attuquaye raced into the box before dribbling goalkeeper Richard Attah into goal and pocketing it with cheeky ease.

But if there is someone to put that one point on, Legon Cities will surely look to goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi, who stood between Hearts of Oak and Victory. The game ended goalless.

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