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Ghana’s Accra Hearts of Oak lived up to their slogan ‘never say die’ in their first game in the ongoing CAF Champions League in Accra by beating Guinean side CI Kamsar 2-0.

The goals scored by substitutes, Kofi Kordzi and Salim Adams after the 70th minute, see the phobians going beyond the preliminary stage of the championship.

The game being the first CAF Champions League match after 6-years for the phobians means so much for the rainbow lads as well as the entire Ghanaian community.

The match was expected to be played in a fully parked Accra Sports Stadium but CAF decided that the game be played behind closed doors.

The decision was made during a technical meeting and came barely hours before the game at the Accra Sports Stadium.

CI Kamsar were expected to host Hearts of Oak in Guniea for the first leg, however, due to the political instability in the country, CAF decided to make the game a one-off tie to be played in Accra on Sunday, September 19, 2021.



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