Ghana Premier League Week 30 Wrap: Berekum Chelsea thumb League Leaders Asante Kotoko, Medeama moves to second place – All African countries

At the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, Medeama came from behind to beat the home team Accra Great Olympics 2-1.

Maxwell Abbey Quaye gave the Dade boys the lead in the first half before Vincent Atingah equalised for Medeama from the spot before Kwadwo Asamoah scored a screamer to seal the win for the Tarkwa based club Medeama.

Bechem United blew the chance to return to second place on the table after playing out a 0-0 draw with Legon Cities in the Ghana Premier League.

Bechem United remain in third place with 49 points and Legon Cities improve to 43 points and in seventh place

Dreams FC extended their winless run 11 matches in the Ghana Premier League after Sunday’s 1-1 draw with WAFA at Theatre of Dreams in Dawu

Dreams took the lead after the first quarter of an hour through Kwabena Gogoe who connected a cross from the left side.

Shortly afterwards, WAFA were able to draw level courtesy Justus Torsutsey

AshantiGold SC defied the odds as they put aside their predicaments to beat bottom placed Elmina Sharks FC in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

The Miners will be demoted to the third-tier of Ghana football after the season as per a decision by the Ghana FA Disciplinary Committee on Monday.

Notwithstanding these challenges, they claimed a deserving 3-1 victory over Sharks at the Nduom Sports Complex.

Accra Lions shared the spoils with two-time Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars at the Accra Sports stadium on matchday 30 of the season.

Berekum Chelsea produced a masterful performance to stun Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on Sunday.

The Blues snatched a late win despite playing majority of the second half with a man disadvantage as they had a player sent off.

Forward Kelvin Obeng was the hero, scoring in the 80th minute to break Kotoko hearts in the thrilling contest.

Kotoko are now six points ahead of the Medeama with four games to end the season.

Bibiani GoldStars maintained their home dominance on Sunday, defeating Real Tamale United at Duns Park.

They needed two goals in one minute to secure three points and compound RTU’s problems.


KUMASI: Asante Kotoko 0:1 Berekum Chelsea

ACCRA: Olympics 1:2 Medeama

BIBIANI : Gold Stars 2:0 Real Tamale United

DAWU: Dreams 1:1 WAFA

ELMINA: Sharks 1:3 Ashanti Gold

AIYINASE: Karela 1:1 King Faisal

ACCRA: Accra Lions 0:0 Aduana

BECHEM: Bechem 0:0 Legon Cities

The League Log:

1. Asante Kotoko – 56pts
2. Medeama – 50pts
3. Bechem United – 49pts
4. Hearts Of Oak – 44pts
5. Aduana – 44pts
6. Karela – 44pts
7. Great Olympics – 43pts
8. Berekum Chelsea – 43pts
9. Legon Cities – 39pts
10. Accra Lions- 40pts
11. Ashgold- 41pts
12. Bibiani Gold Stars- 41pts
13.King Faisal – 35pts
14. Real Tamale United – 34pts
15. Dreams FC – 34pts
16. Eleven Wonders- 32pts
17. WAFA – 28pts
18. Elmina Sharks – 22pts

Ghana Premier League week 30 Man of the match Winners:

1. Obeng Sekyere Gregory – Berekum Chelsea

2. Kwasi Donsu – Medeama SC

3. Clinton Duodu – Bechem United

4. Farouk Adams – Gold Stars

5. Oten Frances Gyatuah – Elmina Sharks

6. Abass Samari – Accra Lions

7. Pius Baffour Awuah – King Faisal

8. Justus Torsutsey – WAFA SC


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