Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu claims his side did not break a sweat in posting a 3-0 win over Medeama on Sunday to reach the final of the MTN FA Cup final.
The league champions took an early lead when Benjamin Afutu's header slipped through the hands of goalkeeper Frank Boateng.
Boateng dropped another howler as his poor timing caused him to miss a clearance and the ball rolled onto the path of Isaac Mensah who had the easiest task of slotting home the second.
The Medeama goalkeeper brought down Daniel Barnieh inside the box to concede a penalty and the latter scored on his second attempt.
''It was just normal match that we played. In fact during the first half, they did well. they tried to confuse us but we should our technique and tactics to score all the three goals,'' Boadu said in his post-match interview.
Boadu also explained how his side adjusted after missing the services of the talisman Salifu Ibrahim.
''I don't build my team around a few people. I build the team around all the players so if one is not there, his replacement will be far better than the starter,'' he added.
''[The final match] won't be easy. Playing with AshGold- I don't think it will be easy.''