The blue side of Accra were left disappointed as Hearts of Oak went on to claim all the spoils in the derby against Great Olympics at the Ohene Djan Stadium.
Hearts continued their impressive form to win the Accra derby 2-0 over their city rivals as fans of the Wonder Boys could not hide their frustration with the manner of their defeat.
Goals from Tua Khemis and Mahatma Otoo handed the Phobians the initiative as they are now three points off the top. Asante Kotoko could not save their recent slump in form as they could only settle for a 1-1 draw against Hasaacas at the Baba Yara Stadium.
The Reds smarting from last weekend’s defeat to rivals, Hearts of Oak took the lead after 18 minutes through Kabiru Imoro. But as the fans were hoping for a win, Emmanuel Ankobea equalized for the away side two minutes after the break.
Leaders, Kessben were denied all three points at the Anane Boateng Stadium where they drew 1-1 with Liberty Professionals. Kwabena Asiedu scored in the 53rd minute form a spot kick for Kessben but three minutes later, Liberty drew level through a Muntawakil Nuhu goal.
An injury time goal from a spot kick by Salou Yakubu saved the blushes of Berekum Arsenals at the Golden City Park after Real Tamale United had taken a 24th minute lead through Yusif Aziz.
A fourth straight victory has seen All Stars move third on the standings after producing a 2-1 win over New Edubiase United at the Wa Park. Heart of Lions reduced to ten men were defeated 1-2 by AshantiGold at the Len Clay as the Kpando side fall off the pace at the top.
Chelsea played out a goalless draw with Aduana Stars in at the Coronation Park. Eleven Wise moved from the foot of the table to fourth from bottom following a 2-1 win over King Faisal at the Sekondi Stadium.
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