Hearts of Oak’s unbeaten run was halted by regional rivals, Great Olympics in match day 28 of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians had gone five matches without a defeat and were in search of a sixth win under coach Samuel Boadu last Sunday.
A 1-1 draw against the “Dade Boys” meant the Phobians have still not lost in six games but just a blot to their successive winning run.
Emmanuel Nettey’s 51st minute long range strike was cancelled by Maxwell Abbey-Quaye on the 76th minute.
The Phobians failed to convert most of their opportunities and coach Samuel Boadu wants to correct the mistakes with six games to round up the league.
“You can see the chances that they squandered [against Olympics], we need to improve upon it, that’s the reason why we are here.
“So when we go back, we are going to correct the mistakes then we improve upon it.” Samuel Boadu said.
Hearts of Oak have 50 points same as rivals, Kotoko but the Phobians lead the log on superior goal difference.
Coach Samuel Boadu will face his former side, Medeama SC in week 29 on Sunday, June 13 at the Accra Sports Stadium.