Chelsea stops Kotoko as Hearts lose

13 years ago

Leaders Chelsea have ended Asante Kotoko's fine start to the second round as they beat the Porcupine Warriors 1-0.

Striker Emmanuel Clottey scored the winner in the first half ending Kotoko's three-game winning run. Chelsea have now opened a 11-point lead at the top ahead of the midweek fixtures.

In Accra, Hearts of Oak's mini revival was short-lived following defeat to Heart of Lions.

Former Hearts attacker, Gilbert Fiamenyo struck the goal to hand the Kpando side a 1-0 victory.

Champions Aduana Stars posted a 1-0 victory over AshantiGold to move second on the standings and 11 point adrift the summit.

All Stars' poor run continued at the Robert Mensah Stadium where they lost 1-0 to Ebusua Dwarfs. Emmanuel Ackon scored the only goal for Dwarfs as the Blues' six-game winless run continues.

Emmanuel Odoi scored to hand King Faisal a 1-0 win against Berekum Arsenals at the Baba Yara Stadium.

Goals from Lousi Agyemang and Emmanuel Dogbe secured Kessben FC a 2-1 home win over Real Tamale United. The win halts RTU's impressive run in the second round of the league.

Mighty Jets claimed a share of the spoils in their goalless draw with New Edubiase at the Gyemfis Park.

Liberty Professionals pushed themselves out of the relegation zone after beating bottom side, B.A. Stars 2-0 in the evening fixture of the weekend played at the Len Clay Stadium.

Match-day-18 Results

Dwarfs 1- 0 All Stars

Chelsea 1- 0 Asante Kotoko

Edubiase FC 0-0 Mighty Jets

Aduana Stars 1-0 AshantiGold FC

Hearts of Oak 0-1 Heart of Lions

King Faisal 1-0 Arsenals

Kessben FC 2-1 Real Tamale United

BA Stars FC 0-2 Liberty Professionals