Sensational Eric Wonkyi Arthur gifted Hasmal the opener before Swedru All Blacks leveled matters with a late penalty goal with barely 6 more minutes to full time.
Flying tackles and yellow cards were sheer evident of another cagy encounter against a traditional side that is familiar with the territory.
It was a close game with equal opportunities falling on the paths of both teams.
Hasaacas struck first through Eric Wonkyi Arthur, the young midfielder managed to get his debut official goal for the Club when he pounced in a close shot to the bottom left corner.
In the second half; Saddick Labanti and Nicholas Zakli made way for Sampson Eduku and Isaac Asare.
Despite the shouts from the well-manered fans who showed discontent for certain decisions it was the penalty call at the dying embers of the game that got many downhearted.
It was turned in beautifully by Kwadwo Boahene to settle the game 1-1.
What it means
Hasaacas has bridged the gap with the top team by a point and qualification to the premier league looks head-on and clearer at this point.
Hasaacas will travel to Cape Coast to play Venomous Vipers on Match Day 6 on Saturday, February 6, 2021.