Week seventeen of the Ghana Premier League ended with interesting result as the Accra branch of Ghana’s most decorated clubs received battering at the hands of the “Academy Boys, their colleagues in Kumasi were saved by a last minute penalty from new boy Saddick Adams.
A tweet on Hearts of Oak twitter handle encapsulates everything that happened at Sogakope on Sunday with the boom boom sound taking the media traffic.
Hearts were thorn apart by the young lads of WAFA who showed no mercy to their old folks. A five star performance with 5 goals capped off a humiliating afternoon for Frank Nuttall’s charges.
Majeed Ashimeru, Daniel Lomotey (2x) Abdul Wahab and Caleb Amankwah were the youngsters who inflicted on Hearts their heaviest defeat since the inception of the Ghana Premier League.
In Berekum, Chelsea showed resilience and determination to defeat Aduana Stars 3-2 in the regional derby. Alfred Okai Quaye bagged a hat-trick for the Blues to cancel our Mumuni Zakaria and Bright Adjei”s strikes for the Ogya Boys.
Tom Strand and his charges were left disappointed after a controversial penalty prevented them from leaving Kumasi with three points in their bag. The opener was found in the 47th minute by Kwame Boahene but in the dying embers of the game, new recruit Saddick Adams restored parity.
CK AKunnor’s Ashogold continued their impressive revival journey with a 3-O thumping of Cape Coast based Abusua Dwarfs. Richard Ocean got a brace whiles Hans Kwoffie put the icing on the cake.
At the Tema Sports stadium, it ended 0-0 between Tema Youth and Liberty Professionals.
Inter Allies returned from their trip to Bolga with a satisfying point added to their already accumulated points.
Medeama’s mission to Elmina ended on a sour note as they bowed to two goals from Emmanuel Otoo and Farouk Mohammed. Elmina Sharks emerged victors in that contest.
Ahmed Toure got his 7th goal of the campaign as he helped Bechem United secure a 2-nill win over current champions Wa All Stars. Wontah Konkoni got the other goal for Bechem United to put the champions on the wrong end of the rope.