Accra Hearts of Oak after their bashing at the hand of WAC of Morocco have still not learned a thing going into the CAF Confederations second leg tie against JS Saoura.
The first that was hosted at the Accra Sports Stadium say the Phobians win the visitors by 2-0 in a spectacular performance that many applauded.
After their 2-0 win in Accra, Coach Samuel Boadu among other Hearts of Oak players told supporters they have learnt a lesson from what happened at Morocco and they would not repeat their mistakes but they run into the same when they face JS Saoura in Algeria.
The Phobian gaffer going into a game with a 2 goals advantage had no business defending when the team has skillful players who can hold and take the opposition players on.
From the start of the second leg tie in Algeria, Accra Hearts of Oak started defending and losing possession rather too cheap and conceding needless fouls in the 18 area.
In the first half of the game, JS Saoura had cancelled out their two (2) goal deficit and were giving Accra Hearts of Oak all sorts of problems on the pitch.
Goalkeeping for Hearts of Oak was not pitch perfect as the both goals were errors the Hearts of Oak shot stopper could prevent.
With the Ghanaian reps expected to pull one back to give them hopes of qualification, the hosts also were looking for ways to put the game to bed.
The second half was not different from the first as JS Saoura continued to press clueless Accra Hearts of Oak who could not put three or four passes together on the pitch.
The game as has been said by many was lost from the bench and such happenings need to be sorted before any future reoccurrence.
In the CAF Champions league and the CAF CC, Accra Hearts of Oak has conceded ten (10) goals from two North African teams and this is nothing to write home about from the continental masters.
The Accra based team will return to Ghana and try to find solace in the Ghana premier league where they currently are at the button with three (3) points from four (4) games played.
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