The Phobians were crowned champions of the elite domestic league after their clash with the Academy Boys
Hearts of Oak received their Ghana Premier League trophy on Saturday, having already been crowned league winners following a 1-1 draw with Liberty Professionals last week.
In their last game of the 34-week season, the Phobians settled for 1-0 at Wafa, but their results did no harm.
This is their 20th GPL title in history, three fewer victories than arch-rival Asante Kotoko, who is the most successful club ever in the elite domestic championship.
Hearts ended the campaign four points ahead of Kotoko, who could have reduced the deficit to one if they beat Elmina Sharks, the bottom spot, in one of the six games scheduled for Sunday.
Atte Yousifou scored Wafa’s only goal in the 64th minute from a free kick to clinch the victory over Hearts. With the win, the Academy Boys took third place as they are four points ahead of their nearest contenders.
While the top three places have been decided, the fourth position is still to be won.
On Saturday, Great Olympics beat Dreams to move to fourth place, the status only possible due to their excellent goal difference to fifth place Aduana Stars who could take over the position on Sunday if they grabbed at least one point in their clash with Karela. United. The latter is ninth on the table.
A point below equal to the Olympics and Aduana, Medeama also stands a chance of finishing in fourth place if they beat Berekum Chelsea and Aduana does not win. Chelsea, meanwhile, are 10th on the standings.
Lost Inter Allies also bowed out of the elite division in a humiliating manner on Saturday through a 7-0 blow in the hands of Ashanti Gold, who are ninth on the standings. Amos Addai scored twice while Opoku Agyemang scored a hat-trick.
It is interesting, however, that Hashmin Musah of Inter Allies probably left Obuasi’s Len Clay Stadium as the most talked about player after arriving as a substitute in the second half and scoring two own goals before being substituted full-time from the match.
In the other matches on Sunday, Legon Cities will face Eleven Wonders, Ebusua Dwarves tackle Bechem United, while Liberty and King Faisal close horns in Dansoman.