Ghana Premier League Round-up:  Nsoatreman and Great Olympics record away wins

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Ghana Premier League Round-up:  Nsoatreman and Great Olympics record away wins

The commencement of the second round of the Ghana Premier League continued on Sunday with Accra Great Olympics and Nsoatreman recording crucial away w

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The commencement of the second round of the Ghana Premier League continued on Sunday with Accra Great Olympics and Nsoatreman recording crucial away wins.

The Bono-Ahafo derby ended in a win for the visitors Nsoatreman as they beat Bechem United 1-0 in Bechem. Stephan Diyou scored the only goal in the 76th minute for the away team. Nsoatreman is third on the table with just two points separating them and the table toppers Samartex.

Bibiani Gold Stars came from behind to defeat Berekum Chelsea 2-1. Afriyie Mezack scored in the 8th minute for the visitors. The goal was cancelled by Prince Owusu four minutes later to level matters for Bibiani Gold Stars. Frank Amankwah scored the winner with 11 minutes from time to record a 3rd win at home for Frimpong Manso since taking over from Micheal Osei. Bibiani Gold Stars have moved to 13th on the league log.

Emmanuel Antwi scored in the 97th minute to secure an impressive away win for Accra Great Olympics at the Sunyani Coronation Park against Bofoakwa Tano. Great Olympics are 10th on the table with Bofoakwa sinking to the relegation zone.

Abubakar Damba recorded his second win for Karela after eliminating Asante Kotoko in Round 16 of the MTN FA Cup with a 2-0 win. His Karela United beat Legon Cities 2-0 to move out of the relegation zone. Solomon Aboagye and former Hearts of Oak defender Fatawu Mohammed scored the goals for Karela United.

Hearts of Oak thrashed RTU 3-0 in Accra with youngster Hamza Issah scoring a first half brace. Enock Asubonteng finished off the lowly RTU with Phobia’s 3rd goal in the second half.

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