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Ghana Premier League side Hearts of Oak thumped lower tier side Evergreen FC 4-1 in a friendly at the Pobiman training complex on Saturday morning.
Fatawu Mohammed put the Phobians in front before Alidu Mohammed pulled level for Evergreen FC to send the game into the break on level terms.
A rampant Hearts side showed up in the second half as Manaf Umar put the home side in front before Ivorian import Abdulai Troare doubled the lead for his side.
Michael Sarpong grabbed his first goal for the Rainbow club as Hearts finished off Evergreen FC 4-1.
The Phobians have now won 12 of their last 14 friendlies under coach Kim Grant.
Hearts were soppose to play Dreams FC on Sunday but the game has been called off with a new date yet to be announced.
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