Wa All Stars have recaptured top spot of the Ghana Premier League after comfortably beating Bechem United 2:0 in Wa.
With Hearts of Oak suffering a surprise defeat on the road to WAFA on Saturday, All Stars knew a win would take them back on top and they took full advantage with goals in either half.
Saddique Alhassan opened the scoring for All Stars after a converting a penalty in the 40th minute and Richard Arthur sealed the victory five minutes into the second half.
The win leaves All Stars two points clear of Hearts of Oak with seven matches to end the league.
At the Sogakope Park, WAFA have ended Accra Hearts of Oak’s unbeaten away record in the Ghana Premier League this season with an emphatic 3:0 drubbing of the Phobians
The academy boys were in scientilating form right from the blast of the whistle; and by midway of the first half, they had tore the Phobians into shreds, ending the match as a contest
Komla Agbegniadan hit a brace to become the star of the show, starting with a 3rd minute opener.
Charles Boateng doubled WAFA’s lead four minutes later.
Agbegniadan put the match beyond the reach of the Phobians as in the 25th minute with the 3rd goal for WAFA.
The win does not only end Hearts of Oak’s enviable ubeaten away record this season, but it also leaves them in danger of losing top spot by the end of the 23rd week.
Second-placed Wa All Stars would replace Hearts on top if they beat Bechem United in Wa on Sunday.
Third-placed Aduana Stars are also in line to grab top spot if they beat Hasaacas in Sekondi and All Stars fail to win.
Whiles ending Hearts of Oak’s unbeaten away run, WAFA consolidated their own proud unbeaten home record.
They have now moved up to 4th, above Asante Kotoko and Medeama on goal difference.
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WAFA 3 -0 Hearts of Oak
Kotoko 1 -0 Dreams FC
Wa All Stars 2 – 0 Bechem United
Techiman City 0 -1 Ebusua Dwarfs
Hasaacas 2 – 1 Aduana Stars
Berekum Chelsea 1-1 Liberty
Inter Allies 1 -1 Medeama
Ashanti Gold 2 -0 New Edubiase