Kotoko stay top, Faisal still bottom

14 years ago

The battle for the top spot of the Onetouch Premier League table remains unchanged likewise lie at the bottom after match-day-3.

A 12th minute deflected goal by Jordan Opoku helped Asante Kotoko to maintain their winning run in the league on match-day-3.

The Porcupine Warriors beat newly promoted side, Wa All Stars at the Coronation Park mid-week to stay at the top the standings by a better goal difference.

At the Anane Boateng Stadium, another premiership debutant, Kessben FC saw their high-flying start to the season brought to ground level by Liberty Professionals.

Liberty managed a 2-1 win over the Kumasi-based side to end their two-game winning run to keep up the chase on the top two.

Tema Youth and King Faisal drew goalless at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast while Alhassan Weah helped Real Tamale United to a 1-0 win over Real Sportive at the Kaladan Park.

At the El-Wak Stadium, two goals from Accra Hearts of Oak’s Francis Bossman and the club’s record signing, Eric Gawu brought back smiles to supporters after a poor start to the season.

The Phobians beat Sekondi Hasaacas 2-0 to record their first win of the season.

And in Kpando, Heart of Lions roared the loudest to send AshantiGold away with a 1-0 win.

Lion’s striker, Addoquaye Addo, scored on the 45th minute mark to defeat the Miners.

Berekum Arsenals picked their first win of the campaign at the Golden City Park with a 2-1 victory over Great Olympics who are yet to win a game.

Premiership new boys, Zaytuna United sealed their maiden victory in the competition at the expense of Gamba All Blacks at the Carl Reindorf Park.