None of the two sides could win the game but the supporters admitted to have enjoyed themselves following an end to end action
Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko supporters admitted to have enjoyed themselves after a goalless draw in the Super Clash at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Although, there were no goals to celebrate with, several fans who thronged to the stadium shared their satisfaction after the game and believed that the second round fixture slated for Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi will be one for the gods.
Hearts of Oak midfielder Sulley Muntari attracted a lot of fans following the goalless draw against Asante Kotoko in the Super Clash on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Although, Hearts had a better start as compared to Kotoko, with Gladson Awako and Obeng Junior having several chances, they failed to make them count and later had to defend to keep Kotoko at bay.
Midfielder Sulley Muntari was ever present in Hearts set up but he was later substituted after picking up a yellow card to prevent him from seeing red card.
And after the game, fans thronged to where Muntari was and showered praise on him while others sought for permission to snap pictures with him.
Kotoko still lead Ghana Premier League log with 37 points, seven points better than Bechem United who are in second position while they are twelve points better than Hearts of Oak.
The second round of the season starts next weekend with several interesting fixtures.