The First Capital Plus Premier League matchday 25 lived up to its billing of producing excitement and thrills.
The Accra Sports Stadium popularly known as the nation’s Wembley hosted the super clash with Hearts of Oak welcoming Asante Kotoko.
The Porcupine warriors recovered from conceding an early penalty which Robin Gnagne missed to win 2-1 and move to 8th on the league table.
Clever play Amos Frimpong resulted in the first goal, Inusah Musah brought Hearts back into it but Dauda Mohammed capitalized on sloppy defending to steal all three points for Asante Kotoko.
At the Sekondi Park Great Olympics had a dream start that saw them take the lead through Kwame Boateng but Kojo Poku equalized for Hasaacas to ensure they retained their impressive run at home.
League leaders Ashanti Gold returned to winning ways thanks to a wonderful strike from Emmanuel Osei, but before that Liberty Professionals goalkeeper Daniel Adjei saved a penalty from Dauda Mohammed.
Berekum Chelsea and Medeama played out a scintillating 1-1 drawn game at the Berekum City park. The league’s leading marksman Nathaniel Asamoah showing gloss and class, gave Medeama the lead but Stephen Baffour pulled the home side back into it.
Aduana Stars posted a 1-0 scoreline against relegation-bound BA United. Richard Arhin with the goal from the spot.
Wa All Stars continue to bully and dominate teams at the fortress known as the Wa Park. They defeated new Edubiase by a single goal. Emmanuel Ocran making the difference.
The season’s surprise package West Africa football Academy dominated play from the whistle but failed to penetrate visiting Bechem United with the game ending 0-0.
And finally Inter Allies just did enough to go past Hearts of Lions who finished second last season but are struggling to retain their Premier League status this time around.
They went down 2-1 at the Tema park. Sherif Deo Mohammed opened the scoring before Yamoah Opoku Fredrick summed up a truly dominant first half. Isaac Quansah got a consolation for Lions.
By: Rahman Osman/citifmonline.com/Ghana