It was an embarrassing episode in Casablanca as Wydad Athletic Club (WAC) booted out Hearts of Oak from the CAF Champions league on Sunday.
The Ghana Premier League heavyweight were confident of victory ahead of Wydad Athletic in Morocco prior into the game after a 1:0 victory in Accra.
Coach Samuel Boadu made two changes to the squad that defeated WAC in the first leg at the Accra Sports Stadium with Caleb Amankwah and William Denkyi replacing Frederick Ansah Botchway and Raddy Ovuoka respectively.
It was a game Wydad Athletic dominated throughout the ninety minutes, dismantling the Phobians 6:1 to progress to the group stage of the competition.
The host broke the deadlock of the game after just two minutes with Tanzanian international Simon Msuva connecting El Amoudi’s cross from the right.
On the 6th minute, the Hearts of Oak net shook again after marksman Ayman El Hassouni converted a spectacular ground free kick to make it 2-0 for the home team.
It was a game Hearts of Oak could have conceded more than five but goalkeeper Richard Attah was impressive despite the disgracing scoreline.
Centre-back Achraf Dari with a powerful header from a corner kick had the third goal of the day as they continue to run riots over the Rainbow giants.
Wydad Athletic was awarded a penalty on the 37th minute of which skipper Yahya Jabrane converted neatly to make it 4-0 in favour of the host.
WAC returned from the break to continue pressing Hearts of Oak of which they got their fifth goal in the game through right back El Amoud.
The scoreline was 6:0 on the 60th minute after Tanzanian international Simon Msuva slotted calmly into the buttom corner to complete his brace.
Hearts of Oak started possessing the ball until they had the consolation on the 83rd minute.
Patrick Razak netted the consolation with a quick finish after receiving a decent pass from substitute Frederick Ansah Botchway.
This means that Hearts of Oak have been eliminated from the CAF Champions league by Wydad Athletic 7:2 on aggregate and have been dropped to the CAF Confederation Cup.