Hearts beat Dwarfs after turbulent week
Hearts endured one of the worst moments of the club’s history last week due to the resignation of three technical members of the club. A run of bad results in the league triggered the current happenings in the club, having collected two points from a possible twelve.
The Phobians however managed to put their acts together against Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Stadium.
The hosts started the game in a superb fashion, making incursions in their bid to fetch an early opener.
The Rainbow Club were handed a penalty in the 6th minute after Dwarfs goalkeeper brought down Patrick Razak in the box. Victor Aidoo stepped up to bury the resultant penalty.
In the 18th minute the Phobians were awarded another penalty. Aidoo again made no mistake by hitting his second of the afternoon.
Dwarfs deservedly halved the deficit in the 44th minute through Moro Sumaila’s strike which embarrassingly beat goalkeeper Richard Attah at his near post.
Dwarfs returned from the break much more determined than the Phobians.
Dwarfs got their leveler after the Referee awarded them a spot kick in the 75th minute. Captain Dennis Akosah sent Richard Attah the wrong way as he brought his side back into the game.
The game appeared to be heading to a 2-2 draw before substitute Isaac Mensah scored with a feeble shot in Dwarfs’ box.