Berekum Chelsea applied the breaks on Dreams FC’s unbeaten run in the Ghana Premier League with a narrow 1-0 win over the Dawu-based club at the Berekum Golden City Park.
Paul Atta Agyei scored the only goal of the game to hand Vladislav Viric’s and his men their first defeat in 2021, having previously gone on a run of 8 games without a defeat.
In Elmina, Ahmed Toure scored a wonderful brace to power Medeama to an impressive 2-1 win over Elmina Sharks.
The former Asante Kotoko striker Toure, who rejoined Medeama on a free transfer last month, opened his account with a 3rd-minute strike before adding a fabulous freekick 5 minutes from time to secure the win after Benjamin Boateng had leveled for Sharks.
Elsewhere, Hans Kwofie also struck on his debut for Legon Cities to secure a point for Bashir Hayford’s men away to Bechem United.
Kwofie swapped Ashantigold for Legon Cities in the January transfer window, signing a two-year deal.
Moro Salifu scored for Bechem United on the stroke of halftime before Kwofie’s equalizer just over the hour mark.
Karela United stretched their lead at the top of the table to 4 points with a 2-0 win over visiting Liberty Professionals.
Umar Bashiru’s first-half strike set Karela on their way before Kwame Boateng’s injury-time goal sealed the victory for the Aiyinase based side.
Techiman Eleven Wonders recorded their first win in 5 games, beating Great Olympics 1-0 at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
Inter Allies finally got a win after 8 games, with a 1-0 win over WAFA on Saturday. Nafui Suleman grabbed the only goal of the game, his second in successive games, to give Allies all three points.
The last time Allies had won a game was on 3rd January 2020, when they beat Eleven Wonders 1-0.
On Friday, Ashantigold returned to winning ways and piled more misery on Aduana Stars with a thumping 4-0 victory in Obuasi.
David Abagna Sandan’s second-half brace added to goals from Frank Akoto and Yaw Arnor to complete the humiliation of Paa Kwesi Fabin’s men, who have now conceded 8 goals in their last two games alone.
For the Miners, the victory was a welcome relief for everyone at Aboakese, having gone the previous six games without a win.
In Accra, Hearts of Oak left it late to beat Ebusua Dwarfs 3-2 in their first game following the departure of head coach Kosta Papic.
Asante Kotoko vs King Faisal was postponed because of Kotoko’s involvement in the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs.