GPL Matchday 2: Results & scorers

There were a lot of thrills across the various centres of the Ghana Premier League (GPL) on matchday 2 and in the end five wins were recorded, with three ending in a draw, whereas Hearts of Oak and Ashanti Gold tie is scheduled for Tuesday.

Joseph Esso

As compared to matchday one which recorded just a win, much day two has recorded enough wins.

Below are the results and scorers of the eight league games played on matchday two:



Eleven Wonders 2-0 Ebusua Dwarfs

Scorers: Mohammed T Nortey 31’, Prince Okraku 89’


Accra Gt Olympics 3-0 Legon Cities

Soccer: Gladson Awako 44’, Maxwell Quaye 53, Samuel Quaye 83



Bechem United 1-0 WAFA SC

Scorer: Hafiz Wontah Konkoni 25

Dreams FC 2-1 Medeama SC

Scorer: Joseph Esso 14, Ibrahim Issah 89/Kwadwo Asamoah 72


Chelsea 1-1 Asante Kotoko

Scorers: Emmanuel Clottey 95/Kwame Poku 19'

Elmina Sharks 1-1 Liberty

Scorers: Benjamin Tweneboah 27/ Kwaku Karikari 89

King Faisal 1-1 Aduana Stars


Scorer:Frimpong Boateng 69/Yahaya Mohammed 43

Karela Utd 1-0 Inter Allies

Scorer: Diwiase Taylor 75

Outstanding game

Tuesday 254th November, 2020


Hearts of Oak vs Ashanti Gold

Berekum Chelsea tie against Asante Kotoko was our featured game for matchday two and it ended one all.

Below is the match report of the epic game:

Veteran striker Emmanuel Clottey scored a last minute goal to prevent Asante Kotoko from earning their first league win in 10 years at Berekum Chelsea on Sunday on matchday two of the Ghana Premier League.

Kwame Poku gave the Porcupine Warriors the lead in the first half and Emmanuel Clottey cancelled it out in the second half in what was the last kick of the evening.


Birthday boy Felix Annan put up an excellent goalkeeping in the early exchanges to prevent Kofi Owusu from breaking the deadlock.

Annan continued to save the visitor and kept the game goalless.

Asante Kotoko took control of the game and began to pile pressure on Berekum Chelsea.

In the course of the game, Kwame Poku pounced on a ball and despite all attempts by defenders of Berekum Chelsea to prevent the ball from entering the net, the full circumference crossed the line to give Asante Kotoko the opener.

Back from recess Asante Kotoko continued to control the game and created some decent chances, but they fluffed them. One of such moments fell the way of Kwame Poku, but he failed to connect home a free header.


Felix Annan who was Kotoko's best player in the game as a result of poor communication collided with Samuel Sarfo. He fell and he was replaced by Kwame Baah after bleeding from his nose in the last 10 minutes.

Berekum Chelsea brought on veteran striker Emmanuel Clottey as they committed more men forward. The Kumasi giants who came under intense attack from the hosts committed a foul in the last minute of the five minutes of added time.

Emmanuel Clottey stepped up for the resultant freekick awarded in favour of his side and he struck it straight into the net to deny Asante Kotoko their first win of the season.

Asante Kotoko earned a win at Berekum Chelsea in Jan 2010 through Kabiru Moro's 26th minute goal.

The game was played the Sunyani Coronation Park, but since Chelsea changed their venue to Berekum in the 2010/2011 season, the 23 times champions are yet to beat the Brong outfit.


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