In Sunday’s games:
Accra Hearts of Oak, on Sunday evening, recorded a 2-0 win over Berekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium to reclaim top spot on the Premier League table and open a two-point lead over rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Benjamin Afutu put Hearts the lead in the 16th minute, heading home from a Salifu Ibrahim corner.
Just before the half hour mark, Hearts doubled their lead through Kwadwo Obeng Jnr.
The hosts were able hold on to their 2-0 lead to secure all three points and maintain their lead at the summit of the table.
The Phobians have now gone on a five-match winning streak and have not conceded a goal in those five games.
Nafiu Sulemana scored a brace to help struggling Inter Allies beat Medeama 3-0 at the theatre of Dreams in Dawu.
An impressive second-half display from the home team ensured they recorded their biggest win of the season against Medeama.
Substitute Andy Okpe opened the scoring for Inter Allies in the 71st minute before Nafiu Sulemana scored a brace in the 89th and 90th minutes to seal victory for the relegation-threatened side.
Despite the win, Inter Allies remain bottom of the league table with 26 points.
In Obuasi, Legon Cities beat Ashantigold 1-0 to leapfrog the miners into 9th place on the league standings.
Ashantigold, on the other hand, drop into 10th place following the defeat.
The only goal of the game came in the 39th minute through defender Issaka Mohammed who pounced on a rebound from a free-kick to give the visitors the lead.
At the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park, Bechem United were held to a 1-1 draw by Elmina Sharks.
The draw means both teams have gone five games without a win.
Bechem players and the technical team arrived at Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park in a Cadillac Limousine.
Benjamin Bernard Boateng put the visitors in the lead in the 69th minute, and Sharks seemed to be heading to victory until Emmanuel Boakye drew Bechem level from the spot in the 74th minute.
Samuel Boakye’s second-half strike brought an end to King Faisal’s two-game winning run after Eleven Wonders secured a 1-0 win away from home at the Ohene Ameyaw Park.
The first-half of the game ended goalless as both teams failed to find the back of the net.
However, substitute Samuel Boakye won the game for the visitors in the 80th minute.
The defeat moves King Faisal back into the relegation zone.
Elsewhere at the Sogakope Red Bull Arena, WAFA needed a late goal to overcome Ebusua Dwarfs.
In the 52nd minute, Enock Esubonteng put the home team ahead via a cross from the edge of the box.
However, Richard Addai found the equaliser for the visitors ten minutes to time after Abubakar Ibrahim failed to clear the ball.
WAFA kept searching for the winner and were duly rewarded in the 89th minute after Justus Torsutsey’s cross was directed into the net by a Dwarfs player.
In Saturday’s games:
Goalkeeper Razak Abalora put up a Man of the Match performance, but it was not enough as Kumasi Asante Kotoko dropped another two points in the title race, in a hard-fought 0-0 draw against Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Liberty Professionals came from behind to beat Dreams FC 2-1 at the Red Bull Arena in Sogakope.
The visitors began the game on the front foot as Agyenim Boateng gave them the lead just two minutes into the first half.
Liberty equalized from the spot in the 51st minute through Abraham Wayo after Kweku Karikari was brought down in the box.
Maxwell Ansah then completed the comeback for Liberty in the 73rd minute.
Liberty remain in the relegation zone despite the win.
Karela United were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Accra Great Olympics at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in Anyinase.
Diawisie Taylor scored his 16th goal of the season to put the hosts ahead before the visitors levelled through Samuel Abbey-Ashie Quaye.
Great Olympics remain in third place following the draw.