Great Olympics put up a wonderful effort on Sunday to break off giants Hearts of Oak’s unbeaten home run in the Ghana Premier League.
Phobians unbeatable records after 31 home matches have been broken after they lost to Olympics
The visitors maintained their recent lead over their rivals with a 1-0 score in the first Mantse derby of the season at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Olympics, who seized four points from Hearts last season, amassed three points thanks to Yussif Razak’s first-half strike.
Olympics are now unbeaten in their last three games against the reigning Ghanaian champions who have dropped to seventh and amass 10 points behind top-ranking Asante Kotoko.
Hearts of Oak’s sworn rival, Kotoko will go 13 points unmistakable ahead Hearts if they should beat bottom dwellers Elmina Sharks on Monday.
Though their new recruit, Sulley was on the field the second quarter of the game, the results remained unchanged.
Hearts of Oak will set off to Tamale for their week 17 match against Real Tamale United.