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Hearts, Aduana, Dreams, others through to MTN FA Cup last 16

Third-tier side Kumawuman FC are through to the Round of 16 of the MTN FA Cup competition after edging out Asokwa Deportivo on penalties on Wednesday.

The round of 32 matches threw up some interesting results across the country as Aduana FC and defending Champions Hearts of Oak emerging as biggest winners on the day.

Other games saw Dreams FC making it to the next stage of the competition with RTU also sailing through on penalties after beating Wa Suntaa 5-3 on penalties.

Earlier on Tuesday, Young Apostles confirmed their slot in the next round of the MTN FA Cup after accounting for lower tier side Jinijini Soccer Eagles.

Bibiani Goldstars will host Bechem United at the Duns Park on Thursday as Real Athletico set to host Legon Cities to wrap up the round of 32 games:

Here are the results of the round of 32 matches.

Bolga All Stars 2-4 Tamale City

Aduana 5-0 Berekum Freedom Fighters

Hearts of Oak 5-2 Golden Kicks

RTU 1-1 Wa Suntaa (5-3 on penalties)

Nania FC 0-0 Dreams (3-4 on penalties)

King Faisal 1-0 Karela United

Hearts of Lions 0-0 Vision FC (4-2 on penalties)

Berekum Chelsea 1-0 Bofoakwa Tano

Ebusua Dwarfs 1-0 First Klass

Akatsi All Stars 0-3 Kotoku Royals

Asokwa Deportivo 0-0 Kumawuman United (Kumawuman won on penalties)

Skyy FC 2-0 Eleven Wise

Nzema Kotoko 0-3 Elmina Sharks


Goldstars vs Bechem United

Real Athletico vs Legon Cities

Credit: Ghana FA

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