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Eight (8) Things We Learnt From Hearts Of Oak VS JS Saoura Game

Eight (8) Things We Learnt From Hearts Of Oak VS JS Saoura Game

Hearts staged a 2-0 win over Algerian JS SAOURA in the first leg of the CAF CC play-off on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium courtesy Ibrahim Salifu’s diving header from Barnier’s brilliant cut-back pass in the 16th minute and Asubonteng’s carpet goal in the 73rd minutes.

Despite win, Hearts are are sulky and fail to overly jubilate for the win over their Algerian opposition1. Hearts Supporters are very calm, knowing what happened to them against Wydad Athletic Club and like how they are overly cautious now

1. Hearts Supporters are very calm, knowing what happened to them against Wydad Athletic Club and like how they are overly cautious now.

2. The game we watched yesterday JS Saoura came in for a draw or slim defeat in Accra knowing what they are capable of doing in Algeria but it didn’t happen.

3. They have scored 11 goals this season in the second half and we saw how they opened the game in the second half.
A better of that is what they will produced next Sunday in Algeria.

4. it’s an inspiration from the Wydad Athletic Club game for the Saoura’s but Hearts must be aware of the defensive organization because they were caught out of shape with the slight counter.

5. Kofi Kodzi playing full throttle was needless. He basically not productive except his superb free-kick which was parried for corner. His pass displacements were too many

6. Isaac Mensah’s sub off for Asubonteng  was on  point virtually saw no ball  for the entire 70 minutes he lasted.
William Denkyi was okay surging forward and James Sewornu was shaky in the opening minutes.
It’s was the best for Salim in the deep lying role as he bossed the  Midfield but could have seen a yellow card.

7. Goal Scoring is still a problem for Hearts of Oak though they create chances they need to work it out before the second League.

8. But in all Boadu must watch the game again.
He must also watch the Wydad Athletic Club game in Morocco to make all the necessary correction.

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