Kumasi Asante Kotoko continued their impressive revival in the Ghana Premier League with an emphatic victory to compound the woes of bottom side Ebusua Dwarfs.
A brace by hitman, Dauda Mohammed and another goal by Frank Sarfo Gyamfi in between his double, were enough to give the Porcupine Warriors a second successive win after beating Hearts of Oak last week.
Dauda Mohammed brilliantly chipped in to give Kotoko the lead in the 18 minute and Frank Sarfo Gyamfi settled nerves by adding the second in first half added time.
Dwarfs fought hard to get back into the game after the break but Kotoko continued their dominance and missed some chances to increase the tally.
Dwarfs were awarded a penalty and an opportunity to reduce the deficit late in the game, but goalkeeper Ernest Sowah saved Gilbert Fiamenyo's penalty.
Dauda Mohammed made it three to seal Kotoko's victory seven minutes from time. The win would delight stand in coach Michael Osei who has now registered four wins in 5 games since taking over from his boss David Duncan.
Kotoko's standing on the league table has also improved significantly. They are now 5 on the table, and just 4 points behind leaders Accra Hearts of Oak.