CAF Champions League: Hearts of Oak Progresses To Next Stage

Ghanaian premiere league giant Accra Hearts of Oak are through to the next stage of the CAF Champions League.

The reigning Ghana premier league champions defeated their opponent by 2:0 at the Accra sports stadium this afternoon.

Coach Samuel Boadu side put up an impressive second-half performance saw them beat Guinean side CI Kamsar. 

Two substitutes Kofi Kordzi and Salim Adams were the heroes of the day s they scored the all important two goals to stunned CI Kamsar for their side to progress to the next phase of the 2021/22 CAF Champions Association.

The Accra-based side came into the game with full confidence of winning to help them advance in the competition.

On the seventeenth moment, Caleb Amankwah almost gave the home side the opener with a header from a corner-kick conveyed by Salifu Ibrahim yet his endeavor was fisted out by goalkeeper Sheyi Damilola.

CI Kamsar had to make an early replacement after their skipper Claude Pascal Leno experienced a thigh injury which made him be supplanted by Mamadu Conde.

Hearts of Oak continued mounting tension on the guests bearing in mind the end goal of opening the conduit before the break as Isaac Mensah astonished the back line of CI Kamsar however his work was saved by goalkeeper Sheyi Damilola on the 24th moment.

CI Kamsar acquired belonging to overwhelm the game in the last nine minutes of the main half with fearsome assaults and crosses.

Moussa Diallo approached grab the opener for CI Kamsar yet his strike was saved by goalkeeper Richard Attah on the stroke of halftime.

The primary portion of the game finished in a scoreless impasse at the Accra Sports Arena.

In the second department of the game, Hearts of Oak looked risky forthright as Emmanuel Nettey took a stab at a venturesome long-range strike however it went.

The Phobians scored twice through Daniel Afriyie Barnieh and Isaac Mensah however the two objectives were governed offside by the match authorities.

On the 77th moment, Hearts of Oak were denied by the post after a thunderclap free-kick was conveyed by Ibrahim Salifu.

Boadu made strategic replacements which gave Hearts of Oak a resonating home triumph over CI Kamsar with the presentation of Kofi Kordzi, Isaac Agyenim Boateng, William Dankyi and Salim Adams.

Brawny striker Kofi Kordzi required only six minutes to open the conduit for the Rainbow club with a marvelous free-kick on the 83rd moment of the game.

18-year-old denoted his serious introduction for Hearts of Oak with a splendid completion in the perishing coals of the game.

Hearts of Oak will face Moroccan monsters WAC Casablanca in the following round of the 2021/22 CAF Champions Association fundamental round.


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