2022/23 GPL: Caleb Amankwah rescues Hearts of Oak at the dead, Nsoatreman break Accra Lions, Medeama see off Olympics; Gameweek 22 Results and Standings

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A late goal from Caleb Amankwah earned Accra Hearts of Oak a 1-0 win against Kotoku Royals at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The first half of the game saw no goals, Hearts of Oak saw more of the ball but Kotoku Royals had the best chances of the half.

In the second half, Hearts of Oak continued to see more of the ball but it was Kotoku Royals who had the first big chance of the half, Richmond Ayi made a good save to deny Collins Kudjoe.

The Phobians continued to mount pressure on Kotoku Royals. However, their decision making in the final third let them down.

In the final minute of seven minutes of time added on, Hearts of Oak broke the deadlock through Caleb Amankwah. He leapt high and headed in a precise delivery from a free-kick taken by Ibrabim Salifu.

Caleb Amankwah who was already on a yellow card was shown a second yellow after taking his shirt off to celebrate the goal which won Hearts of Oak the game.

Bechem United recorded a 3-1 victory against Karela United at the Nana Gyeabor Park. Hafiz Konkoni, Isaiah Nyarko and Abdul Karim scored for Bechem United in the first half, before Attah Kumi pulled agoal back for Karela in the second half.

At the Akoon Park in Tarkwa, goals in either half from Joshua Agyemang and Jonathan Sowah earned Medeama a 2-0 win against Great Olympics.

Nsoatreman ended Accra Lions’ 3-game winning streak after beating them 3-0. Nana Kwame Junior, Mark Agyekum and Ushau Abu grabbed the goals for Nsoatreman.

In Tamale, Real Tamale United (RTU) and Berekum Chelsea played out a scoreless draw.

On Saturday, Asante Kotoko recorded an impressive 2-1 win against Samartex at the Nsenkire Sports Arena in Samreboi.

Enoch Morrison and Rocky Dwamena scored for Asante Kotoko, while Ebenzer Acquah scored for Samartex.

At the Tamale Stadium, Tamale City defeated Dreams FC 3-1 to move out of the relegation zone momentarily.

Tamale City raced into a 2-goal lead after just 7 minutes into the game, Nafiu Sulemana and Sampson Eduku the scorers.

Sampson Eduku grabbed his brace and made it 3-0 in the 68th minute, before Ali Huzaif scored the face saving goal for Dreams in the final minute of the game from a spot-kick.

The final games of the round will be played on Monday, Aduana Stars will host Legon Cities in Dorma and King Faisal battle with Bibiani GoldStars in Kumasi.



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