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GPL - MATCHDAY 21 REPORT

The Ghana Premier League entered it's day 21 of matches. 2 of the games, Asante Kotoko SC vs Hearts of Oak SC and Hasaacas SC vs Dreams FC are
scheduled to take place tomorrow. CAF Confederations Cup contenders, Medeama SC's game with Wa All Stars has been meanwhile postponed. In view of this, 5 games took place today. Match reports for the said round of games can be found below;

CHELSEA FC Vs NEW EDUBIASE UTD
Chelsea FC deepened the woes of relegation threatened New Edubiase United at the Berekum Golden City Park. The homesters where without their club icon and topscorer Sadick Adams. In his place, goalkeeper, John Mossi took the arm band and led the club to a laboured 2-1 victory. Osei Bonsu delivered the first goal for the cheering home supporters. With close to 10 minutes to end the game, Felix Afriyie equalised for New Edubiase Utd. The Yellow and Blue boys from New Edubiase were heading for a consecutive drawn game until Nana scored for the home side with a few minutes to spare.
Chelsea Fc 2, New Edubiase Utd 1
                  Saddick Adams of Chelsea

WAFA Vs BECHEM UTD
Coach Manuel Zacharias' Bechem United impressive as they have been recently were halted by WAFA at the Sogakope Park. WAFA star-man, Charles Boateng had played the previous day for the Black Satellites and was absent from this game. Richmond Lamptey rose to the occasion in Boateng's absence to ensure that WAFA maintained their impressive  home streak in the league. A goal in each half from Lamptey condemned the Hawks from Bechem. .
WAFA 2, Bechem Utd 0

ADUANA STARS Vs LIBERTY PROFESSIONALS FC
In a keenly contested game at the Osagyefo Agyeman Badu  Park, Bright Adjei's first half strike was enough to ensure that Aduana Stars defeated Liberty Professionals. The Ogya Boys from Dormaa won the reverse fixture at Dansoman in a thrilling 3-2 contest. Adjei and Yahaya's partnership has now fetched 19 goals. The Liberty Professional lads probed for the equaliser but returnee Ashia and Tamimu Muntari were not lucky on different occasions. Aduana Stars were without Ghanaian international Nat Asamaoh due to injury.
Aduana Stars 1, Liberty Profs. 0
    Yahaya Mohammed of Aduana Stars

TECHIMAN CITY  FC Vs INTER ALLIES FC
At the Nana Ameyaw Park in Techiman, league debutants, Techiman City scored 2 goals in a space of 3 minutes in the first half to ensure Inter Allies Fc remained winless in all away games this season. Team Manager, Fuseini who led the team in the absence of Coach Nana Darkwah, rested Stephen Manu and Ebenezer Agyapong. Clement Boahene who started upfront grabbed the first goal. In less than 2 minutes to end the half, Isaac Baah added his sides second through  well taken spot kick. Jimmy Cobbinah, Head Coach of the away side brought in former Asante Kotoko SC and Nania FC midfield enforcer Prince Baffoe and Isaac Twum in a bid to gain control of the game in the second half. He somehow succeeded as their inclusion ensured that the half remained goalless. The citizens continued their impressive home performance.
Techiman City FC 2, Inter Allies 0


ASHANTIGOLD SC Vs EBUSUA DWARFS FC
Having beaten Asante Kotoko in their last league game, many wondered how long the resurgence of the Mysterious Boys will last especially as they were playing against the defending league champions who are in no good stand themselves.  The Miners took the game to Ebusua Dwarfs but the away side were the first to draw blood. Alhaji Mustapha finished a good team build up. This gingered the home side and Shafiu Mumuni who had been silent throughout the game levelled for the boys in Yellow and Black.  Dwarfs have amassed 10 points from a possible 15 in their last 5 games. The fight to survive the drop continues.

Catch me for reports on tomorrow's games too with an updated league table.

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