Liberty,Dreams win big on Wednesday

6 years ago

Dreams FC and Liberty Professionals were on the rampage in emphatic wins against Berekum Chelsea and Sekondi Hasaacas respectively in the Ghana Premier League Match day 22 games.

Both teams hit four unanswered goals past their opponents, with Latif Blessing in sensational form for Liberty Professional in Dansoman as Liberty humiliated their opponents.

Blessing hit a remarkable hat trick to take his season tally to 13 goals and on top of the top scorers chat.Liberty's other goal was scored by Felix Addo.

At Dawu, Abeiku Ainooson set the tone for an easy win for Dreams by converting a 14th penalty to open the scoring, with Emmanuel Hayford doubling the lead in the 21st minute.

Michael Sarpong extended the lead in the 30th minute and Emmanuel Elikeke sealed victory with minutes to go. 

In Bekwa, New Edubiase defeated Kumasi Asante Kotoko 2:1 to extend Kotoko's winless run to five matches in the second round.

Edubiase opened the scoring early in the 10th minute throug Taufic Mohammed, but Amos Frimpong  equalised through the spot in the 64th minute.

Edubiase however, had the last laugh when Nasiru Lamine grabbed the winner after converting a 74th minute penalty.

In Tema, Inter Allies defeated Wa All Stars 2:0 with Enock Adu and Gockel Ahotor on target for Inter Allies.

Dwarfs also defeated WAFA 1:0 at the Siwdu Park in Cape Coast. Bright Lukman was the hero as he grabbed the only goal of the match.

  In a physical match played at the Accra Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, AshantiGold held Hearts of Oak to a 1-1 draw. 

Hearts of Oak captain Robin Gnagne converted a 28th minute penalty to put the league leaders ahead in the game. 

It did not take long for AshantiGold to strike back, when Anthony Yerful, scored a grabbed the equalizer in the 40th minute. 

Both teams failed to score in the second with Hearts' defender Inusah getting sent off for a second yellow card.

The result however sees the Phobians still top of the table with 4 points now separating them from 2nd placed Wa ALL Stars.