Accra Great Olympics produced a last minute super performance to draw with rivals Accra Hearts of Oak in the Last of Sunday match at the Accra Sports Stadium.
A first half goalless and a disallowed shot from Issac Mensah thatbhit the cross bar got many talking.
It was a game of two halves with the phobians dominating the opening minutes.
Isaac Mensah’s long range shot hit the under of the cross bar and landed over the goal line but the referee Rustum Gameli could not capture it.
Just after the half hour mark, Mensah profited from a poor clearance by the Olympics defenders inside the box but his toe-poked effort rolled feebly into the hands goalkeeper Asare
At the 40 minute mark, Olympics fired a warning shot when Gladson Awako’s curled free-kick from distance was spilled by goalkeeper Richard Attah but he recovered to collect it.
Before the break, Maxwell Abbey Quaye raced into the box and dropped but the referee thought the challenge from Mohammed Alhassan was a fair challenge.
It was a quick counter-attack from Hearts of Oak which was started by Alhassan whose long pass found Daniel Barnieh.
The Ghana U20 captain quickly released Obeng Jnr but the latter’s low shot on his terrific left foot was narrowly wide.
The Phohians opened the scores six minutes into the second when Emmanuel Nettey fired a long range shot following a Salifu Ibrahim corner kick which was punched out by Goalkeeper Benjamin Asare.
The wonder club club made a quick response in the 72nd minute when Maxwell Abbey headed home the equalizer from a cross delivered by Kwabena Boateng who dispossessed Raddy Ovouka off the ball on the flanks.
Great Olympics got the last opportunity to ein the game but MUDASIRU Manaf failed to connect after rounding off Goalkeeper Richard Attah in goal