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GPL REVIEW – MICHEAL OSEI STARTS ON A GOOD NOTE AGAINST HEARTS OF OAK

Liberty Professionals held Accra Hearts of Oak 1:1 in a match which saw both sides missing glorious opportunities. Benjamin Eshun opened the scoring for Liberty in the 34th minute but Vincent Atinga equalised for the Phobians with a penalty on the stroke of half time.

Aduana Stars took advantage of WAFA’s slip up by beating Bechem United 3:0 in Dormaa to go top of the table. Sam Adams opened the scoring for Aduana in the first half and Nathaniel Asamoah scored a second half brace to seal the win.

In Kumasi Asante Kotoko have ended their winless run in the Ghana Premier league with a hard-fought 1:0 win over Tema Youth in Tema.

The Porcupine Warriors had failed to register a win in eight league games, But Mahama’s strike ensured Kotoko returned to winning ways.
The win is a great morale booster for Kotoko, and new coach Steve Polack will hope this rare win will mark the revival of the team.

At the El Wak Stadium in Accra, Inter Allies applied the breaks on leaders WAFA with a 1:0 win. Martin Antwi got the goal for Inter Allies early in the second half.

Medeama’s sensational form continued with a 5:1 thrashing of Bolga All Stars in Tarkwa. Bernard Ofori was the architect of the emphatic win, as he hit a hat trick with strikes in the 4th and 56th minutes, as well as an 82nd minute penalty. The other scorers for Medeama were Latif Salifu and Mershak Odoom, while Mahammed Naeem got Bolga All Stars’ consolation goal.

Ashantigold also held Wa All Stars 1:1 in Wa to continue with their revival. Ashantigold stunned the home side with a 9th minute opening goal through Shafiu Mumuni, but All Stars equalised two minutes later through David Abgana.

On Saturday, Great Olympics’ remarkable turn around under coach Tom Strand continued with a 1:0 victory over Berekum Chelsea. The only goal of the match was scored by Coffie Bekoe.

In Cape Coast on Saturday, Ebusua Dwarfs beat their regional rivals Elmina Sharks 3:1 to avenge their first round defeat. Isaac Kwabina, Osman Mohammed and Nicholas Gyan scored for Dwarfs, while. Benjamin Boateng got Elmina Sharks’ lone goal.

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