OLYMPICS WHITE WASHED AS HEARTS REMAINS OWNERS OF THE CAPITAL CITY


Hearts pierced Olympics in a regional derby to claim superiority 

Olympics could not find their way home as they wandered around the Accra Sports Stadium after going down 4 times in Wednesday's midweek clash against Accra Hearts of Oak in the Ghana premier league Match Day 14.

Hearts took an early lead 16' into the first half after a goal scored by Joseph Esso ensured Hearts finished the first half with a goal at hand.

Olympics tried severally to make their presence count but a stupendous defensive display by the phobians kept the 'dade' boys off the danger zone of the phobians.

Benjamin Affutu Kotey only needed 65' and 67' to send Olympics to an early sleep after the dynamic midfielder recorded his first ever brace for the phobians on the night.

Hearts look exceptionally composed in defense to ensure their first clean sheet in the season is secured.

It was all joy for Hearts fans after Daniel Afriyie sealed the victory for the rainbow lads in the 2' additional time to shut Olympics doors sealing the victory for Hearts.

The atmosphere at the Accra Sports Stadium was sparked with jubilation after centre referee, Frederick Samena brought the game to an end with Hearts cruising to victory.

Hearts now occupies 6th on the log after week 14 of the Ghana premier league.

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