By James K. Attaglo Wilson| firstname.lastname@example.org
The voluntaristic jamboree of equal benefits was wide and visible at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, January 26 as Hearts of Oak locked horns with Asante Kotoko in their first ever Premier League clash after the airing of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Number 12 documentary.
There was a massive turnout hitting close to close to 37, 000 spectators.
The jubilation and exultation of the spectators in and around the stadium was simply electrifying. There was serious business boom as usual for those who use the game of football as conduits for various businesses.
Below are pictures of the mood in and around the Hearts of Oak vs Asante Kotoko Super Two clash:
In the end, it was nothing but a happily ever after celebration for the supporters of the Porcupine Warriors who have endured a tumultuous week leading to the most famous fixture in the history of Ghanaian football calender – The Super 2.
Two goals in each half settled the case for Asante Kotoko to win 2-1 at the expense of their bitterest rivals – Hearts of Oak.
Photo Credit: Dada Oliseh & Images Image