Accra Great Olympics proved why they aew the ‘landlords’ of Accra woth a commanding 2-0 victory over rivals Hearts of Oak.
A classy performance in the first 20 minutes by the Dade boys condemned Kosta Papics side to kere passengers, chassing the ball throughout the entire half proceedings.
A game dominated by Gladson Awako, Michell Sarpong and Maxwell Abbey Quaye confused an entire Hearts of Oak set up, led by Emmanuel Nettey, and Frederick Ansah Botchway.
GREAT Olympics needed only 15 minutes to unsettle the phobians, who came into the game well motivated following historical results against their cross town neighbors.
It was The Wako Jacko Man, Gladson Awako who started the onslaught. When he curled a sweet freek kick from the 18 area, beating Goalkeeper Richmond Ayi in goal.
Haven built confidence through the first goal, Yaw Preko pushed more men upfront, with Samuel Ashie Quaye and Maxwell running the flanks with support rrom Eric Oseu Bonsu and the improvised Ebenezer Sekyere at the right back position.
With Pressure on their guest, Samuel Ashie Quaye outpaced his marker on the right, before releasing Maxwell to fire home a thunderous shot beating Richmond Ayi.
The rest of the first half was an entertaining game for both sides, as the displayed good Football to the fans at the venue.
Kosta Papic returned to the second half introducing a kore progressive gsme that saw Manaf Umar moving more forward.
It was however a day distined for Goalkeeper Saeed Salifu who stood in between Hearts of Oak and Victory,
Saeed pulled several saves that kept the hearts team frustrated the whole night.
In the end, Olympics maintained they rule the capital, with a remarkable performance and results