Asante Kotoko come from behind to defeat Ebusua Dwarfs 2-1 in the ongoing Ghana Premier League Matchday 24 at the Obuasi Len Clay sports Stadium.
The Porcupines made it three successive wins in the Premier League, having beaten Legon Cities at and Dreams FC last weekend at the same venue.
Kotoko fell behind in the 24th-minute as Daniel Korsah delivered a long-range shot from a free-kick to beat goalkeeper Razak Abalora.
Captain Emmanuel Gyamfi equalized for the Reds before the break to score his second Premier League goal this season
The victory stretches Asante Kotoko’s lead at the top to 44 points, four points above second-placed Hearts of Oak on the league table.
Coach Viric Vladislav’s magic wand was again at play as Dreams FC reduced King Faisal to rags with an impressive 3-0 victory.
Abednego Asafo opened the scoring for Still Believe lads I’m the 62nd minute with an easy tap in – before Sylvester Simba’s 85th and Emmanuel Ocran’s 88th minute strikes respectively.
Elmina Sharks shared the spoils with Inter Allies after after Benjamin Boabeng scored in the 72nd minutes to cancel Reginald Antwi’s first half strike.
Elsewhere at Tarkwa, WAFA recorded yet another away win as they came from a goal down to beat Medeama SC 2-1 at the Akoon Park to register their second successive away win.
Hearts of Oak beat Bechem United by a goal to nil at the Fosu Gyeabour park.
In Accra, Aduana Stars produced a great comeback in Accra, coming from a 2 goal down to beat Wonder club Accra Great Olympics by 3-2 in the last of the round of 24 Ghana Premier League game played at the Accra Sports Stadium.
And finally, Berekum Chelsea secured a vital 3-1 victory at home against AshantiGold SC.
Full Results of Ghana Premier League Matchday 24
☑️ Chelsea 3-1 AshantiGold SC
☑️ Dreams FC 3-0 King Faisal
☑️ Medeama SC 1-2 WAFA SC
☑️ Elmina Sharks 1-1 Karela United
☑️ Bechem United 0-1 Hearts of Oak
☑️ Eleven Wonders 1-1 Inter Allies
☑️ Legon Cities 2-1 Liberty Professionals
☑️ Asante Kotoko 2-1 Ebusua Dwarfs
☑️ Great Olympics 2-3 Aduana Stars