Accra Hearts of Oak legendary midfielder Adjah Tetteh has singled out the 2004 triumphant game in the CAF Confederation cup final over Asante Kotoko SC as his best ever in the colors of the Oak tree.
The midfield dynamo enjoyed a trophy ladden spell with the capital based side but was quick single out that magic night in Kumasi as his most memorable game in his time with the club.
An 80th minute equalizer from Adjah Tetteh canceled out the opening goal from Charles Asampong Taylor to send the game into the lottery of the 12 yards.
Hearts won the game 8-7 after the regulation time score was pegged at 2-2 after both legs to lift the maiden edition of the CAF confederation cup.
Speaking on the Phobian 1911 platform, the celebrated midfielder singled out that iconic win at the Baba Yara Stadium as the best he has enjoyed during his time with Hearts of Oak SC.
“My most memorable match in Hearts of Oak colors was the 2004 CAF Confederation Cup against Asante Kotoko SC”, Tetteh revealed.
The versatile midfielder left his mark across the Ghana Premier League during his time on the pitch, adding leadership qualities to his textbook passing range.