Ghana Premier League Hearts of Oak beat WAFA to end six-match winning run

Hearts of Oak defeated WAFA 2-1 to halt their six match winning run on Monday in Accra

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Hearts of Oak put up a good display to beat West African Football Academy on match day 14 of the Ghana Premier League.

Hearts scored a third minute goal to disorganise WAFA's play-The goal came from Thomas Abbey's header to register his 5th goal of the season.

Hearts of Oak looked more productive in the first half than the league leaders, as the likes of Wilful Cobbinah, Thomas Abbey and Patrick Razak created some decent opportunities.

However, half couldn't score more goals, before the game went into the half time break. Hearts of Oak after the interval were still the better side in the first 20 minutes and they capitalised on that to record the second goal.

The WAFA goalkeeper failed to grab a harmless kick from Wilful Cobbinah and that resulted in the second goal in the 63rd minute.

WAFA after conceding the second goal game into the game and pulled one back through Ibrahim Abubakari in the 86th minute.

The Academy boys had not lost a single Premier League match since losing to Asante Kotoko on match week seven in Kumasi.

Hearts of Oak's defender Abdul Fatau Mohammed was adjudged the NASCO man of the the match.

In Tarkwa, Medeama SC defeated Elmina Sharks 3:1 in their rescheduled WEEK 14 match, which was also played on Monday afternoon. Justice Blay scored twice for Medeama and John Arthur got the other goal for Meadeama, while Benjamin Tweneboa scored for Elmina Sharks.

Two goal hero, Justice Blay was named the NASCO man of the match.

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