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Hearts win 6-1 as Lomotey scores 4 for WAFA in the Week 7 of Ghana Premier League

A total of thirty goals were recorded in the various league matches played across the nation in the week 7 of the Ghana Premier League.

There was no away win as almost all clubs who played away from home failed to secure any point with the exception of  Dreams FC.

Accra Hearts of Oak had the best of the weekend when they hammered ten men Bechem United 6-1 in Accra on Saturday.

Hearts of Oak

Victor Aidoo scored twice with Omar Manaf, Frederick Ansah, Souleymane Lawali all registering a goal each for Hearts of Oak. Kwabena Adu got the consolation goal for Bechem United.

The mouth watering encounter between WAFA and Medeama produced a nine-goal thriller at Sogakope on Sunday.

Daniel Lomotey became the superman for week 7 after scoring four goals for WAFA (quintuple) with Godwin Agbevor adding one to make it five.

Medeama were down by three goals in the first half and had to fight back to give WAFA a good run for their money as they registered four goals in the second half. A brace from Rashid Nortey and then two goals from Abass Mohammed and Justice Blay respectively were not enough to secure at least a point for the Tarkwa based club.

Richard Berko, Kwame Boateng and Diawusie Taylor scored three goals amongst them when Karela defeated Elmina Sharks 3-1 at Anyinase. Sharks goal was scored by James Bissew.

Three goals were recorded at Obuasi on Sunday. Ashantigold SC had to come from behind to beat Berekum Chelsea 2-1. Augustine Hene’s lead for Chelsea was cancelled by Appiah McCarthy as Hans Kwofie got the winner for Ashgold.

AshGold register come from behind win against Chelsea

Another set of three goals were also obtained at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park when Aduana beat Accra Great Olympics 2-1. Fabian Koassi and Yakubu Mohammed got the goals for Aduana as Maxwell Quaye scored for Olympics.

King Faisal had to succumb their lead to Dream’s FC through an own goal in the dying minutes of the early kickoff on Friday. Yakubu Wadudu scored an own goal to cancel Kwadwo Frimpong’s leader for Faisal as the match produced two goals to end in a draw.

Abraham Wayo’s lone goal was enough to secure all three points for Liberty Professionals when the hosted Legon City FC in the Accra derby.

Inter Allies also piped Techiman Eleven Wonders by a lone goal through Alex Aso.

The match between Asante Kotoko and Dwarfs has been postponed due to the former’s involvement in the CAF Champions League. They play away to Al Hilal in Sudan

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