The seven Hearts of Oak fans who were remanded for the destruction of the 271 chairs during the second leg of the friendly match have been granted bail by the Nkawie magistrate court.
The Hearts fans were caught after breaking the seats at the scoreboard area when the referee ignored a penalty call which eventually resulted in the opener for Asante Kotoko.
Each seat destroyed by the agitated alleged Hearts fans, confirmed by the National Sports Authority in Kumasi cost an amount of GHC 110.00.
The seven Hearts of Oak fans who have been granted bail are set to appear in court on September 25, 2018.
Hearts of Oak lost by 2-0 to Asante Kotoko and 4-0 on aggregate to lift the Super 2 clash.