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GPL week eight wrap: Kotoko keep winning momentum

The Kumasi-based side handed new boys Dreams FC a first ever home defeat in the topflight on Wednesday

It was joy for Asante Kotoko on matchday eight of the Ghana Premier League as they recorded their first away win of the season at the Dawu Park.
Dauda Mohammed scored the only goal of the game under one minute as the Porcupine Warriors picked up a slim 1-0 triumph – their third consecutive win in all competitions – in the away clash with Dreams FC.
Hearts of Oak, however, lost points for the third game running following a 1-1 draw with Wafa at the Accra Sports Stadium. Charles Boateng struck first for the Academy Boys before Cosmos Dauda restored parity for the Phobians. Wafa’s Samuel Tetteh was sent off for a second bookable offence late in injury time.
League leaders Wa All Stars suffered their first reversal of the season after a 2-1 defeat to Bechem United at the Bechem Park. Abednego Tetteh netted twice for the home side while Kofi Yeboah scored for All Stars.
Romeo Agban and Nicholas Gyan handed Ebusua Dwarfs a second win of the season with a 2-1 defeat of Techiman City at the Cape Coast Robert Mensah Stadium. Ebenezer Agyepong netted the away side’s consolation.
Anthony Yerful notched the winner in Ashanti Gold’s 2-1 triumph over New Edubiase at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium. Abdul Wahab Annan and Francis Adjei had earlier cancelled out each other in the Adansiman derby.
Yahaya Mohammed was the hero of the day as his hat-trick propelled Aduana Stars to a 4-0 victory over Sekondi Hasaacas at Dormaa. Bright Adjei fetched the other goal from the spot.
And at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman, Latif Blessing scored his sixth and seventh goals of the season in Liberty Professionals’ 3-1 win over Berekum Chelsea. Bernard Arthur found Liberty’s other strike while Asiwome Fumador scored the Blues’ consolation.
Medeama’s game with Inter Allies has, however, been rescheduled due to the Yellow and Mauves’ Caf Confederations Cup encounter with Sudanese side El Ahly Shandi on Wednesday.

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