An exciting day of football in the Ghana Premier League in the seven matches played across the country on Wednesday. There were 20 goals scored between the 14 clubs involved and not a single draw recorded.
The only away win among the several home victories was the stunning Medeama 2-1 win over WAFA in Sogakope. The numbers involved in that win makes the win for the Mauves and Yellows even more valuable, than at first glance. The defeat is the first in 47 games for WAFA at home in Sogakope.
They are usually dominant in games in front of their home crowd, they were here too, but unfortunate in front of goal. Chance creation was a problem for Klaus Rasmussen’s men as well, and it’s certain he will tweak a few things ahead of their next game.
WAFA had a consolation goal from Charles Boateng but was certainly not enough to salvage anything from the game that brings them back down to earth at home after Justice Blay and Kwesi Donsu got the ball at the back of the net for Medeama.
Aduana Stars at Dormaa are beginning to write their own history. Goals have been flying in thick and fast in Dormaa at the Nana Agyemang Badu II Park with the league champions scoring 16 goals in their last three games at the ground.
The Ogya boys beat Eleven Wonders 4-1 after they secured a 6-0 home win over Inter Allies in Match day Five. Aduana are proving why they are still the favorites to win the title this season with their remarkable victories.
Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko have resumed winning with victories over Wa All Stars and Ebusua Dwarfs respectively on Wednesday. The two giants in the Ghana League will seek to begin their own winning streak. The Phobians and Porcupines have suffered series of shocking defeats in their campaigns in largely inconsistent season.
In Dansoman, Ashanti Gold lost their unbeaten tag in the league this season after conceding a last gasp goal against Liberty Professionals.
By Thierry Nyann |TV3 Sports|3news.com