Hearts of Oak coach Slavko Matic has dedicated the team’s win against Nsoatreman FC to the players.
The Phobians handed Nsoatreman FC its first home defeat of the season in match week nine at the Nana Akromansa Park.
Kwadwo Obeng Junior’s goal in the 54th minute ensured Hearts recorded their second away win of the season under Coach Matic.
The newly promoted side were undefeated in their last three home games ahead of the game.
Hearts missed about four of its players who are currently in the Black Galaxies.
Speaking to StarTimes after the game Coach Matic dedicated the win to the players.
“It wasn’t easy, we changed systems, made good substitutions and we deserved this win today. The players deserved this win,” he said.
Elsewhere, Aduana Stars were victorious in their match day nine fixture against Accra Great Olympics at the Sogakope Park.
The game was moved from the Accra Sports Stadium to Sogakope because the venue has been rented out for a musical concert.
The ‘Ogya lads’ managed to win the game
Aduana Stars extended their lead on top of the table with a 1-0 win against Olympics at the WAFA park in Sogakope.
An own goal by Raymond Oko Grippman saw Yaw Preko’s side lose back-to-back games for the first time this season.