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How it ended in tears for Accra Hearts Of Oak and other GPL results

 

It was another super clash between two of the biggest clubs in Ghana on match week 6 of the Ghana Premier League.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko as usual made the Accra sports stadium their home grounds as they grabbed all 3 points from their arch rivals Accra Hearts Of Oak.
West side’s Justice Nkuku Blay was the first on the pitch to enter his name on the score sheet for Asante Kotoko but was equalised by Accra Heart Of Oak’s Joseph Esso.
The “Wokum apem a, apem b3ba boys refused to share the point kind courtesy Naby Keita who slotted in a penalty to end the game by 2-1 against the home side Accra Hearts Of Oak.

In the other games, Medeama went on to win 1-0 against Ashanti Gold despite their coach Samuel Boadu collapsing during the game through Prince Opoku Agyemang.

Abdul Megeese brace ensured Techiman Eleven Wonders secure all three points from visitors Karela United.

Kwame Preprah’s goal wasn’t enough for King Faisal to amass all three points as Elmina Sharks equalised through Mustapha Alhaji.

In the Greater Accra derby, Accra Great Olympics squeezed three points out of Inter Allies through Philip Sackey.

In the Bono “nk)so)” derby, Berekum led in the first half through Stephen Amankonah but Pius Yeboah’s late equalizer ensured Aduana Stars splits points with Berekum Chelsea.

Sogakope which used to be a lion’s den has now turned into grounds where “herbivores” have lunch there.
Liberty Professionals travelled all they way to Sogakope to return to Accra with 3 points by beating WAFA 2-1.

Elvis Kyei Baffour’s goal wasn’t enough for WAFA to secure a win as Liberty Professionals equalised and won the the game through Samson Agyapong and Mubarak Alhassan.

Legon Cities finally grabbed their first win of the league by holding on to an early goal that was scored by Abdul Karim.

Seidu Aboubakar and Albert Hammond ensured Ebusua Dwarfs gets all three points from Dreams FC at Cape Coast.
It’s ended 2-1 as Victor Oduro scored a consolation goal for the visistors.

Image by Dada Oliseh

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