Hearts of Oak thump Inter Allies 1-0 on match day 20 of the Ghana Premier League at Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday. The solitary objective of the match came in the 26th moment when Inter Allies protector Paul Abagna scored an own objective to give Hearts of Oak a merited success.
A much revived Inter Allies side undermined with a promising move with returnee Samuel Armah driving the assault however it failed miserably as he hauled his kick wide. The Eleven Is to One side controlled the game in the initial minutes messing up the Hearts of Oak back line and Mohammed Alhassan almost put the ball into his own net in the nineteenth minutes, as his endeavored freedom went straight into the side net.
Striker Richard Arthur took a bold endeavor to track down the rear of the net in the 22nd moment when he crushed a thunderclap from distance however his work went side. Hearts of Oak forward Daniel Barnieh Afriyie's short proximity exertion turned home Fatawu Mohammed's low cross that fell off commander Abagna into the net for the opener. Nuru Sulley and Afriyie Barnieh approached again to expand the count for the Phobians yet this time, Inter Allies seemed unflinching at the back.
Partners were persistent and kept on pushing for the equalizer yet it failed miserably as the game advanced.
The loss - twelfth of the mission for Inter Allies drives them further down the table with 16 focuses from 20 League matches. Hearts of Oak who lost by a comparable edge to AshantiGold on match day 19 have move to third place with 33 focuses, two focuses untied opponents Asante Kotoko who lead the table with 35 focuses.