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24 July 2017 | League Report

We were second best against Hearts admits Tema Youth boss

We were second best against Hearts admits Tema Youth boss

Wilfred Osei Kwaku, owner of Tema Youth, conceded his side were second best as they slipped to a disappointing defeat to Hearts of Oak.

The Harbour Boys were beaten 3-1 by a determined Hearts side with in-form winger Thomas Abbey scoring a brace.

Abbey opened the scoring from the penalty spot on 30 minutes as Kwame Kizito added the second 10 minutes into the second half.

Tema Youth were briefly lifted as Joseph Paintsil pulled a goal back but Abbey ensured Hearts collected full spoils with an eye-catching strike.

"I must be honest Tema Youth did not play well on Sunday. We were poor best and it is fair Hearts of Oak won beacuse they the better side," He said on Asempa FM.

"Hearts were well organised than my boys and they played very well so for me the result is okay."

Hearts are 3rd on the league log with 39 points whiles Tema Youth are 13th with 28 points.

Story by Ghana/Joy Sports