By Dom Agbakpe,
The 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League got more exciting and intriguing as it entered match week 6 this weekend.
Liberty Professionals and Asante Kotoko won on the road while Ebusua Dwarfs notched their first win of the season.
17 goals were scored with 17 yellow cards and 1 red card flashed by referees across the nine league centres.
Mid-Table Liberty Professionals picked all three points and also broke the invincibility of West African Football Academy (WAFA) after beating them 2-1 at the RedBull Arena in Sogakope on Friday.
Elvis Kyei Baffour and Alhassan Mubarak were on target for the Scientific Soccer lads while Sampson Agyapong fetched the consolation for the Academy Boys.
Legon Cities FC claimed their first win of the campaign following a slim 1-0 win over Bechem United at the Accra Sports Stadium. Thanks to Abdul Karim Jabila’s wonderful freekick.
On Saturday, Great Olympics continued their forward upsurge with narrow 1-0 win over city rivals Third-placed Inter Allies at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Philip Nii Sackey bagged the winner for the Wonder Boys.
Stephen Amankona’s penalty wasn’t enough to give Berekum Chelsea the bragging rights as they drew 1-1 with regional rivals Aduana Stars at the Golden City Park. Pious Asante got the leveller for the Ogya lads.
Medeama SC pipped Ashanti Gold 1-0 at the Akoon Community Park in Tarkwa. Prince Opoku Agyemang’s 66th effort was the difference.
Second-Bottom King Faisal, who are yet to win a game this term, played out a 1-1 draw with Elmina Sharks at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
Kwame Peprah netted for the Insha Allah lads before Alhaji Mustapha pulled parity for the Sea Animals.
It was all joy for Eleven Wonders as they thumped Ten-man Karela United FC 2-0 at the Nkoranza Children’s Park. Courtesy of Abdul Mugeez Zakaria’s double.
On Sunday, Justice Blay and Naby Keita were on the scoresheet as visiting Asante Kotoko stunned their long time foe Hearts of Oak 2-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Joseph Esso netted the consolation for the Phobians. On Monday, Bottom-rooted Ebusua Dwarfs ended their winless run with a slender 2-0 win over Dreams FC at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium. Goals were scored by Seidu Abubakr and Albert Hammond