Hearts bulky striker Kofi Kodzi turned the Accra Sports Stadium into a dancing arena when his 94th minute header that won the maximum points for his club caused spontaneous jubilation at the stadium as the vociferous supporters ran amok in jubilation.
Just as Referee Bernard Dumfeh was occasionally looking at his watch to end the match at a time the two sides were tied to a 2-2 score line, Hearts won a free kick which was floated into the goal area of Bechem United.
Kodzi, who was hovering around the area, rose above his marker and nodded the ball powerfully into the net as goalkeeper Daniel Afadzwu, who had earlier created a barrier between Hearts and victory, was caught flat footed.
Moments after the goal, Referee Dumfe ended the match and the fans responded swiftly amid dancing and jubilation as they ran towards the parking lot to congratulate the players on their hard fought victory.
Earlier, Referee Dumfeh incurred the wrath of the fans who adjudged his decisions as unprofessional and heaped insults on him.
The hooting and insults started in the 27th minute when he adjudged Mohammed Alhassan’s tackling on Hafiz Wontah Konkoni of Bechem United in the box to be a penalty which was easily converted by Prince Kwabena Adu.
As if he was balancing the cards for the two teams, Referee Dumfeh pointed to the spot of Bechem United two minutes later when he claimed that Augustine Randolf had handled the ball to give Kofi Kodzi the opportunity to bring his side at par.
Hearts returned from recess with the venom to increase the tally through Mohammed Abdul Fatuwu whose flick in the box caught goalkeeper Daniel Afadzwu ball watching.
The goal brought out the best from Bechem United who started attacking in droves and got the equaliser through hardworking Konkoni, but just as the match was heading for a draw, Kofi Kodzi, who won the Player of the Match award, scored his second goal to offer his fans something to cheer about.