Hearts of Oak coach Herbert Addo has lauded his team for giving Aduana Stars ‘more hell’ in their thrilling 3-2 win on Wednesday.
The Phobians managed to secure the win but just after a spirited last minute attacking surge from the visitors in search of the equalizer in the midweek First Capital Plus League clash.
Gilbert Fiamenyo – rediscovering his scoring form – scored to give Hearts a 3-1 cushioning after Bosson Landry and Isaac Oduro had scored earlier on for the side.
Aduana’s flying full-back Godfred Saka had pulled one back through the penalty spot with Richard Arhin also scoring from a late corner kick to give the hosts a nervy finish at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Herbert Addo admitted to the quality of his Wednesday’s opponents but congratulated his boys for fighting harder to secure the vital win.
“Aduana are a good side and that is why they are at the no.2 spot,” he said after the game.
“They have a strong defence, a very god midfield and a very mobile attacking machinery.
“They gave us a lot of hell and when we woke up we also gave them more than the hell and we were able to take a two-goal lead.
“It was a very good game and we deserved to win of course and I hope we continue on a winning streak.”
The win now takes Hearts of Oak out of the relegation zone up to 12 th in the Ghanaian top flight after nine rounds of matches.
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