By El Akyereko Frimpong
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Hearts of Oak’s versatile full-back Fatawu Mohammed has expressed satisfaction at the Phobians performance in their narrow victory over city-rivals Great Olympics.
The 21-year-old, who was voted man-of-the-match, believes the Herbert Addo’s side were superior on the afternoon.
“I’m happy with my form and I thank God for that. We also played well and we are happy with the win,” he said in the post-match pres conference.
Hearts won the tie after Togolese international forward Foovi Aguidi planted a firm low volley into the far right corner of Richard Kingson’s net in the 21st minute.
Though Fatau played as a full-back, he excelled anytime he went into the midfield, winning him the most valuable player of the game award.
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