Accra Great Olympics picked their first win in four game after smoothly edging Sekondi Hasaacas 2-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Wonder Club went ahead as early as the 9th minute with striker Francis Attuquaye flashing a powerful low drive into George Owu’s net.
Olympics showed little patience in allowing their guest to settle into the game as Kwame Boateng claimed his third goal of the season with a clinical finish in the 37th minute.
Kassim Mingle charged his side to put up a decent display following their inconsistent results after picking just three points from their last four games.
Hasaacas were also wounded from their last two games as their campaign ambitions have been put in check – but Olympics really made things difficult for them in the early stages of the game.
Attuquaye outraced his marker inside the box to hammer home the opening goal on the 9th minute mark. The early goal seemed to have distablised Hasaacas and Olympics took advantage to score another goal in the 37th minute.
Kwame Boateng who is among the list of players to have scored a brace in the season volleyed home a precised cross from the right to worsen matters for Hasaacas.
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