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Asante Kotoko continued their flying start to the season as they scored in either half to beat Eleven Wonders 2-0 at the Baba Yara Sports stadium on Saturday.

Striker Emmanuel Boateng opened the scoring for the Porcupine Warriors in the 28th minute after finishing off a well-worked pass from Mudasiru Salifu.

The bulky midfielder intercepted a ball from midfield and set up Boateng who scored brilliantly from the edge of the box. Isaac Oppong doubled Kotoko’s lead in the 75th minute with a superb solo effort.

The speedster beat his marker and from a tight angle lifted the ball over the goalkeeper into the roof of the net for his third of the season. He scored three and made three in the first four matches of the season – making him the most consistent player in the campaign.

Asante Kotoko lead the League table with 12 points having conceded just once and scored eight in four matches.

In Accra – Maxwell Abbey Quaye and Abdul Fatawu Issahaku both scored a brace when Great Olympics and Dreams FC met on Sunday. Issahaku – a Ghanaian International registered a brace within 13 minutes of the first half after Philemon Baffuor had given Dreams FC a precious lead inside 5 minutes.

Fatawu Issahaku then added the second goal in the 15th minute after connecting a brilliant ball from midfield. The former Steadfast FC man grabbed his second –Dreams FC’s 3rd in the 27th minute to make things difficult for Great Olympics. But the Dade boys didn’t give up as Maxwell Abbey scored from the spot in the 34th minute to reduce the deficit. Back from recess, the League’s top scorer scored yet another penalty in the 62nd minute to tilt things slightly in favor of the Great Olympics.

The Blues continued to pile pressure in search of the needed equalizer and their hard work paid off in the 84th minute as Dreams FC could not contain the pressure. Samuel Armah got the equalizer for the Dade Boys as the game ended 3-3 at the Accra Sports stadium.

 In Obuasi – AshantiGold SC scored two second-half goals to condemn Champions Hearts of Oak to a 2-0 loss at the Len clay stadium.

Yaw Annor broke the deadlock eight minutes after the break with a wonderful volley to beat Richard Atta in goal for Hearts of Oak. The two sides then changed their style of play as both coaches threaded cautiously to avoid mistakes. But the plan worked perfectly for AshantiGoold who put the nail in the coffin in added time to seal the win.

Abdul Salam added the second goal in the 93rd minute to berate Hearts of Oak to their first loss of the season – bringing to an end a succession of three draws in the opening stages of the season. The win will give the Miners a sigh following their recent struggles.

Earlier on Friday, Atta Agyei gave Berekum Chelsea their first win of the season as his first-half strike earned the Blues a 1-0 win against King Faisal at the Golden City Park.

Christopher Acheampong and Rauf Salifu got on target for Accra Lions as they defeated Bechem United 2-1 at the Accra Sports stadium on Saturday. Experienced winger Augustine Okrah fetched the consolation for Bechem United as they suffered yet another away loss in the season.

In Dormaa – Aduana FC recovered from their shocking 3-1 home loss to King Faisal as they overcame a stubborn Real Tamale United side on Sunday. Diminutive attacker Bright Adjei grabbed a brace for the two-time champions before Eric Kwakwa, Yahaya Mohammed and Emmanuel Gyamfi increased the tally for Aduana FC in a 5-1 win. The visitors pulled one back through Stephen Badu.

At the WAFA Park at Sogakope – Asamoah Boateng Afriyie scored in the 83rd minute to give Legon Cities a priceless 2-2 draw against WAFA. Lawrence Agyekum scored the games’ first goal in the 5th minute but that was canceled by Jonah Attuquaye two minutes later as Legon Cities showed bravery and confidence especially in the first half.

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