Accra Hearts of Oak have gone two games without a win after settling for 1-1 draw at the Sogakope WAFA Park in the first game of the week two of the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians were denied a victory by a resilient Legon Cities FC in the first but their hope of first win hit the rocks when WAFA canceled their lead in the second half.
The defending Champions were seeing more of the ball than the home home in the early minutes. Hearts were gifted a glorious chance in the 20th minute but Skipper Fatawu Mohammed blasted it wide.
The host came into the party and enjoyed few possessions but Hearts stamped their opportunity on the game and the 45th Kofi Kordzi fetched the lead for the Phobians before half time.
The home side came in strongly in the second forcing the visitors into their half but the defense men of Hearts stood tall but in the 59th minute, Samson Agyepong pulled parity for WAFA.
The game was henceforth was evenly distributed with few chance falling for both teams they failed to make it count.