The year 2000 will forever be remembered by all Accra Hearts of Oak fans, for all the right reasons.
The club was crowned African champions after an impressive 5-2 aggregate win over Tunisian side Esperance as well as winning the Ghana Premier League title.
But perhaps, one win enroute the Premier League title which still tastes as sweet as the trophy itself was that 4-0 win over bitter rivals Asante Kotoko, exactly 21 years ago.
The Phobian 64 battalion, completely crushed the Porcupine Warriors at the Accra Sports Stadium, with goals from Ishmael Addo, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour and Kenneth Sarpong getting the three points for Hearts.
TODAY IN HISTORY
Eeeih! That fateful day 15th March, 2000!!!!
Boy oh, boy!
The historic annihilation of Asante Kotoko by the Phobian 64 Battalion….
Venue: Accra Sports Stadium!!
Truly, a day of Phobian domination!!!
nostalgic feeling activated. pic.twitter.com/KfQoK1tnWU
— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) March 15, 2021
That win still remains the biggest win between the two sides in the current millennium.