Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak ended their winless run in the ongoing Ghana Premier League on match day five respectively.The two Ghana Premier League giants had failed to record a win in their previous matches played in the season.Asante Kotoko had picked two points from two games with two outstanding whilst Hearts had drawn two and lost one (D2, L1) with one outstanding.The Porcupine Warriors finally ended their winless run on Friday by defeating Legon Cities by a lone goal.Osman Ibrahim scored Kotokos goal in their game against Legon Cities which handed the Kumasi-based side all three points on Friday. Hearts of Oak Hearts of Oak after a poor start to the season revive their campaign with an impressive performance to break their winless run.A brace from Mitchelle Sarpong and Kwadwo Obeng Junior first half goal ensured Hearts of Oak a chance to revive their league ambitions with their first win of the season on Sunday.
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Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) December 13, 2020Medeama SC after a disappointing start to the season also recorded their first win of the campaign against Ebusua Dwarfs on Saturday at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.Substitute Isaac Agyenim Boatengs second half header secured the win for the away side in this fixture.The defeat is the first for Dwarfs at home this season.This is the third successive defeats suffered by Dwatfs at home against the Mauve and Yellows. They lost to the Tarkwa-based 2-0 at that same venue.Bechem United defied the odds to beat Inter Allies FC 2-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday.The victory was Bechems first over Allies away from home, having managedonly a point from their previous five travels to Allies.Captain Salifu Moro opened the scoring for the visitors from the spot just six minutes after recess beforeInter Allies pulled parity few minutes later through defender Paul Abanga who also scored from spot.Striker Hafiz Wontah Konkoni recorded his second goal of the campaign, scoring the winner just seven minutes from time, stretching Bechems unbeaten run to four matches.Week five resultsAsante Kotoko 1-0 Legon CitiesEbusua Dwarfs 0-1 MedeamaInter Allies 1-2 Bechem UnitedWAFA 2-0 Berekum ChelseaAduana Stars 1-1 Eleven WondersKarela 2-0 King FaisalAshantiGold 4-2 Elmina SharksLiberty 2-0 Great OlympicsHearts 3-0 DreamsBy Herbert Boakye Yiadom