Ghana Premier League: Week 20 Review, Accra Hearts of Oak tops league

Accra Hearts of Oak will head into Sunday’s clash with Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the top of the league table after pipping Berekum Chelsea 1-0 today at the Accra Stadium.

Their bitter rivals Kotoko were not as fortunate and suffered a moral sapping 4-1 loss away at Ebusua Dwarfs’ Robert Mensah Stadium.

Below is a table of the current Ghana Premier League standings and Wednesday’s full-time results:

All Stars 2-0 Techiman City – Wa Park

Second placed Wa All Stars stayed within touching distance of leaders Hearts with a 2-0 home win over Techiman City.

Techiman City defender, Isaac Baah was unfortunate to score an own goal in the first half before All Stars striker, Paul Asare settled matters with a second half strike.

Inter Allies 1-0 WAFA : Tema Park

Frederick Boateng scored a stoppage winner to move Inter Allies to 14th place on the 16 team league log.

Bechem 1-1 AshGold : Bechem

Bechem United and Ashgold shared the spoils in their clash in Berekum.

Hamza Mohammed equalised for Amos Addai after Amos Addai had given the defending champions the lead.

Dwarfs 4-1 Kotoko : Robert Mensah Stadium

Ebusua Dwarfs moved to 11th place with a 4-1 humbling of title-chasing Kotoko.

Dwarfs race into a 3-0 first half lead with goals from Bright Lukman (brace) and Christopher Bonney (penalty) before Kotoko’s Eric Donkor was sent-off.

Nicholas Gyan scored Dwarfs fourth goal after the break before Kotoko skipper, Amos Frimpong got a consolation from the penalty spot.

Hearts 1-0 Chelsea : Accra Sports Stadium

Lanky striker, Kwame Kizito handed Hearts all three points at the Accra Sports Stadium with a second half strike.

His goal ensure that Sergio Traguil recorded his second league win as Hearts coach.

Edubiase 0-0 Hasaacas

Bottom club, New Edubiase United held Sekondi Hasaacas (15th) to a scoreless draw at Bekwai.

Dreams 2-0 Aduana – Dawu Stadium

Dreams FC recorded their ninth win of the season with a 2-0 win over fifth placed Aduana Stars at the Dawu Stadium.

Michael Sarpong scored both goals in either half to hand his coach, CK Akunnor victory.

Medeama 1-0 Liberty – T&A Park

Kwesi Donsu scored his seventh set-piece of the season to fire Medeama into third place.

The CAF Confederation Cup campaigners are now four points behind leaders Hearts and have a game in hand.

Scores at a glance

All Stars 2-0 Techiman City

Inter Allies 1-0 WAFA

Bechem 1-1 AshGold

Dwarfs 4-1 Kotoko

Hearts 1-0 Chelsea

Edubiase 0-0 Hasaacas

Dreams 2-0 Aduana

Medeama 1-0 Liberty

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