WAFA Hosted Legon Cities in the kick-off of Ghana Premier League matchday 25 at Sogakope. After a strong battle between both sides, Justus Torsutsey 32nd minuets goal made the difference. The academy boys, WAFA defeat leaves the Royals in a tight situation as they battle for survival in the Ghana Premier League.
Inter Allies in their wake to survival recorded a massive 5-0 win over Brekum Chelsea at Theatre of Dreams. Alex Aso was too much to contain by the Chelsea defenders in an early stage of the game, netting (3rd) and (5th) minutes goals.
Richmond Lamptey (65), Samuel Armah (71), and Suleman Nafui (83) sharp feet buried Chelsea.
At Ayinase, Karela continued their dominance at home beating Eleven Wonders 2-0. Diawise Taylor broke the deadlock, extends his goals to 14 after hitting the back of the net 14th minutes into the first half. Bismark Oppong, three minutes after recess doubled the lead for the home side. Karela dominated to secure their second home victory in a row.
King Faisal stunned Bechem United, extends their losing streak to three as they beat them in an impressive 3-1 win at home. Zaatari Ibrahim 2nd and 8th brace and goal poacher Kwame Peprah’s 74th minutes spot drill secured three points despite Stephen Owusu’s 16th minuets consolation.
Nana Agyemang Badu I park was set ablaze as Aduana ease past Medeama in a 2-0 win to secure three points at home. Aduana who denied the Great Olympics a room to the peak of the league was a torn in the flesh of Medeama getting a two straight win in two matches. Samuel Bioh (9th) and Sam Adams’s (29) goals helped Aduana overcome Medeama, leaving their title hopes in a mystery.
Slumping in their three previous games, Ashanti Gold fought a hard battle to earn three points at home against Accra’s Great Olympics. A second-half penalty for the home side shuttered Great Olympics dreams and fails them to chase league leaders, Asante Kotoko.
Ishmael Ganiyu’s late header salvages a point at Sogakope, helps Asante Kotoko to remain first on the League log as Liberty held them in a 1-1 draw.
The scientific soccer lads could not protect their 36th mins goal lead through Evans Owusu, former opponent’s defender. The porcupine warriors fought back to share a point after Kumi was brought down and Ganiyu finds the ball at the back of the net with a great header.
Glorious Accra Heart of Oak, the “never say die until the bones are rotten” boys are on the run for the title inflicting a painful 2-0 defeat on 10-man Elmina Sharks at the Accra Sports Stadium. Despite Victor Aidoo’s aimless penalty kick to put the Phobians in a first-half lead, Hearts from the recess came back to win convincingly.
Hearts of Oak took the lead in the 68th minute courtesy of a goalkeeping howler and Isaac Mensah who came from the bench made it easy. Fantastic player on the side of Heart on the day, Benjamin Affutu Kotey sealed the victory in 79th minutes. Hearts win sees them 2nd place, 2 points behind rivals Asante Kotoko the league leaders.
Dwarfs held Dreams FC in a 1-1 draw at the Cape Coast Stadium. Early minutes of the game, Dreams found the back of the net from a well-delivered cross headed by Agyenim Boateng in the 6th minutes. Dwarfs’ safest pair of hands denied Dreams an opportunity to make it 2 before halftime. Improved Dwarfs leveled up through a strike from Moro Somalia in 65th minuets. Dreams failed to go sixth on the league log after their draw with Dwarfs.