2022/23 GPL: Great Olympics stumble into the relegation zone, Legon Cities and Asante Kotoko split points: Gameweek 24 wrap-up

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Real Tamale United (RTU) came from a goal down to beat Great Olympics 3-1 at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.

Yusif Abdul Razak broke the deadlock for Great Olympics in the 8th minute. In the 55th minute, Mohammed Sadat scored to make it 1-1, before Stephen Dankwah Badu scored a brace to win the game for RTU.

At El-Wak, Legon Cities and Asante Kotoko played out a 1-1 draw. Asante Kotoko scored first in the 15th minute through a penalty converted by skipper Richard Boadu. In the 70th minute, Alex Aso scored to make it 1-1.

King Faisal rallied from behind to beat Karela 3-2 at the Kwame Kyei Sports Complex. Karela went ahead in the 42nd minute through Emmanuel Boakye Owusu. A minute later, Samuel Kusi scored to bring King Faisal level .

In the second half, Abdul Latif and Benjamin Bature scored to give King a 3-1 lead, before Ishmael Nketiah scored later on to reduce the deficit for Karela, 3-2.

A 65th minute Linda Mtange goal earned Hearts of Oak a 1-0 win against regional rivals Accra Lions.

At the Golden City Park, Berekum Chelsea and Aduana FC drew 1-1. Douglas Owusu Ansah scored in the 88th minute to give Aduana the lead, before Mezack Afriyie scored with the last kick of the game to make it 1-1 and earn Chelsea a point.

Samartex came from behind to beat Kotoku Royals 2-1 at home. Francis Andy Kumi opened the scoring for Kotoku Royals in the 15th minute, before Ebenezer Acquah and Evans Osei Wusu scored in the 33rd and 38th minute respectively to turn the game around for Samartex.

In Tarkwa, Medeama won 1-0 against Bibiani GoldStars. Vincent Atingah scored the only goal of the game in the 70th minute.

Bechem United moved into second place after beating Dreams 1-0 at the Nana Fosu Gyeabor Park. Emmanuel Annor scored the only goal of the game in the closing minutes.

Three goals in the final 10 minutes saw Tamale City beat Nsoatreman 2-1 at the Aliu Mahama Stadium. A John Kofi own goal gave Tamale City the lead in the 89th minute. Walid Fuseini scored in the second minute of additional time to bring Nsoatreman level, but Mathew Agama’s 95th minute goal stole all three points for Tamale City.



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