In Accra on October I, Ghana's "Hearts of Oak" football team cruised through their first Jeg of the Africa Cup quarter-final with a convincing win over Zambia's Kabwe Warriors.
GTV "Hearts of Oak" of Ghana kick off playing right to left (1st half) (Take shot & miss)
BV Crowd (to cover Zambian goal)
GV Play in Zambian goal mouth, Ghana clears, No 7 picks up ball at 25', crosses & goal at 31'
GV Crowd & score-board (2-1)
GV Ghana attacks again & score by No. 9
Penalty kick & score by "Hearts of Oak"
GV Half time score-board (4-2)
GV Play in 2nd half - Zambians attack & Ghana goalkeeper saves goal
GV Ghana attack & score again
Initials BB/1300 ESP/1328
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Background: In Accra on October I, Ghana's "Hearts of Oak" football team cruised through their first Jeg of the Africa Cup quarter-final with a convincing win over Zambia's Kabwe Warriors.
In a free-scoring match, "Hearts of Oak" banged in seven goals to Kabwe Warriors' two.
The score was disappointing in that the match had been expected to be a highly competitive game between continental cup aspirants. After six goals in the first half, the Zambians were still in touch with the score at 4 - 2. But the final three goals in the second half all went to the Accra club, giving the Zambians no hope.