Sekondi Hasaacas in week 10 of the ongoing First Capital Plus Bank Premier League were held to a pulsating 1-1 draw game at home by Hearts of Oak at the Esspong Sport Stadium on Sunday.
Kingsley Agyei deflected Gilbert Fiamenyo’s 45 minute strike into his own net but in the second half Daniel Egyin draws his level from the spot.
Undoubtedly it was the best game exhibited in week 10 of the ongoing league with an end to end action from both sides, but the Phobians looks the most organized side as against jittery Hasaacas side.
In the early minutes of the game, Hearts of Oak dominated play but the strong defensive line of the home side foiled the attacking machinery of the Phobians which Hasaacas responded swiftly but they also failed to get pass the away side’s defensive line.
Both side’s re-strategized as Yusif Basigi’s men adapting the all attacking football but Herbert Addo restricted his men from moving forward which positively yielded dividend for the Phobians as in the 45 minute mark Selasi Adjei tees off Gilbert Fiamenyo in Hasaacas goal area but Kingsley Agyei deflected Fiamenyo’s low strike into his own net as the Phobians went into break with their noses in front.
From recess, Hassacas started the game as the strongest side as they pinched Hearts of Oak midfield by inserting a lot of energy on the field of play which the Phobians had no answers to the play of the home side.
However in the 56 minute the home side had a penalty after Hearts of Oak defender,. Inusah Musah handled the ball in his 16yard box as the referee pointed to the spot; Daniel Egyin elected himself and sent Soulama Abdoulaye to the wrong side for the equalizer to the home side.
In an hour mark the referee in the middle, Solomon Mordey lost control of the game as both teams suffered due to his sense of misjudgment as in many occasions he had problems with his final calls.
After Hasaacas equalizer, the Phobians came into the game as they piled a lot of pressure on the home side but a miscue shots from Selasi Adjei failed to hit the back of the net. The home side also came close searching for the winner but Soulama Abdoulaye kept the Phobians in the game as the game ended 1-1.
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