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Two goals by Ugandan striker Stephen Dese Mukwala in each half of the game completed an Asante Kotoko double over archrivals Accra Hearts of Oak, the first in over three decades.

With the Phobians adopting the Baba Yara Sports Stadium as their home grounds in the first round of the Ghana Premier League, they lost 3-2 in their home game played in December last year.

The second leg on Sunday, May 26 was crucial for the survival of both sides as they seek to avoid the drop in the League.

The Porcupine Warriors, however, had a better position on the log going into the Matchday 31 game as they were placed 10th on 40 points.

The Phobians were 12th on 38 points.

But a rejuvenated Kotoko side served notice of winning early in the game as Mukwala broke the deadlock in the 9th minute.

He added the second in injury time to give Asante Kotoko all three points.

The win sends them one place up to 9th while Hearts of Oak drop to 13th on the log.

Asante Kotoko will host Great Olympics in their next match while Hearts host second-placed Nations FC on Friday.