2022/23 GPL: 10-man Legon Cities hold Hearts of Oak; Bechem United whitewash RTU; Kotoku Royals end winless run: Gameweek 14 Results

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Accra Hearts of Oak and Legon Cities played out a scoreless draw at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The first of the game was cagily contested and saw fewer chances created. However, the first 45 minute could have easily ended 1-1, both teams struck the post from free-kicks. Eric Danso for Legon Cities and Linda Mtange for Hearts of Oak.

At the start of the second half, Legon Cities were reduced to 10 men after Nii Bortey brought down Clinton Appiah who was clear on goal.

The Phobians with a man advantage from then dominated the game and created some good chances but failed to take them as it ended scoreless. Kwadwo Obeng Jnr missed a couple of headers while Enoch Asubonteng struck the post.

Legon Cities as well had their chances, Michel Otou failed to capitalize on an error by Richmond Ayi and Abdul Rahman missed from close range.

In Dawu, Richard Danso scored for Aduana FC in the 6th minute and as well received a late red card in a 1-0 win against Dreams FC.

Kotoku Royals defeated Bibiani GoldStars 3-2 to record only their 3rd win of the season. Francis Andy Kumi scored a brace and Richard Dzikoe scored the other goal for Kotoku Royals. Ibrabim Laar and Abednego Tetteh scored for GoldStars.

At the Nsenkyire Sports Arena, Samartex and Tamale City played out a scoreless draw.

In Kumasi, Medeama came from a goal down to beat King Faisal 3-2. Nurudeen Abdulai, Vincent Atingah and Kwasi Donsu scored for Medeama, while Abdul Latif and Joseph Gordon scored for King Faisal.

Nsoatreman bounced back to winning ways with a 2-1 win against Berekum Chelsea. Stephen Diyou and Kwabena Kalala Dannful scored for Nsoatreman in the 50th and 52nd minute respectively, before Mezack Afriyie scored for Chelsea in the 59th minute.

In Bechem, Bechem United thrashed Real Tamale United (RTU) 6-2. Bechem went 4-0 up in the first half through a goal from Isaiah Nyarko and a hattrick from Hafiz Konkoni. In the second half, Mohammed Sadat and Mustapha Fuseini reduced the deficit to 4-2, but Bechem United scored two goals later on through Clinton Doudu.

The final games of the round will be played tomorrow, Karela will host Asante Kotoko and Accra Lions play Great Olympics.



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