Both teams missed goal-scoring opportunities and made brilliant saves to protect the score for the stipulated 90 minutes with 3 minutes additional time.
Fans of visiting team, Accra Hearts of Oak came in their numbers as they had little hopes of winning but for a draw which got them jubilating.
Coach of WAFA, Prosper Narteh who acknowledged his opponents tactical approach and how they created chances to fit their style of play said Hearts of Oak were lucky to have picked a point. “Even though they were defensive oriented in the game they came with a tactical approach and were able to create chances, they were just lucky” He said.
Though both team managed a point, Hearts of Oak for the past five seasons haven’t had a win in Sogakofe against WAFA. Coach Narteh promises to pick positives ahead of their next game with Inters Allies FC at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday. Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Edward Odoom who hailed his players said they played according to instructions. “The positive was how my boys played to instructions they did what we told them to do” He said. Andrew Ntim Manu of WAFA was adjudged NASCO Man of the Match.
Medeama SC Vs Kotoko [1-0]
Asante Kotoko suffered a 0-1 defeat to Medeama SC at the Akoon Park Wednesday afternoon after a mistake from Agyeman Badu resulted into a penalty for the ''Yellow and Mauves'' in the early minutes of the game.
The center-back picked a pass inside the penalty box in the 2nd minute and dribbled past Agyenim Boateng who went to the ground.
Badu allowed the Medeama player to get off the turf to retrieve the ball before fouling him.
Opoku Agyeman opened the scoring after Emmanuel Agyemang Badu was penalised for bringing down Agyemin Boateng in the box.
Prince Opoku Agyemang's goal first-half strike was enough to claim the maximum points for the Tarkwa based club.
Berekum Chelsea Vs Dreams FC [ 1-0]
Berekum Chelsea maintained their fine form after a 1:0 win over Dreams FC at the Golden City Park in Berekum.
Captain Zackaria Fuseini tapped in from a resultant corner kick in the 15 min of the exchanges. Though the victory is their first home win in the 4-week old league, it came on the heels of a similar result against troubled Asante Kotoko last Sunday in Kumasi.
The home side started exerting lots of energy in the early minutes of the game as the home fans enjoyed the skillful foot works of Stephen Amankonah on the wings.
King Faisal Vs Bechem United [ 2-2]
Kumasi King Faisal threw away two leads to draw 2-2 against Bechem United at the Baba Yara Stadium on match day 4 in the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League.
The results leave Faisal with just their first point of the campaign and Bechem with seven points afte four match weeks.
Frimpong Boateng with a through ball to Osman on the right side of Faisal’s attack who took two touches and put in a sumptuous cross that was met by Kwame Peprah for the opener in the 30th minute.
Bechem responded quickly to pull parity three minutes after the opener when Yaw Annor’s sweet delivery found Prince Adu Kwabena who took just a touch and fired one beyond goalkeeper Mustapha Bampoe.
Minutes after Bechem United’s equalizer, Charles AduGyamfi took advantage of some bad defending from Bechemunited and laid a pass to Osman who took two defenders out before slotting the ball into the bottom left corner to restore the home side’s lead 10 minutes to the break.
King Faisal gave away their lead after a temporary holdup forced them to substitute injured goalkeeper Mustapha Bampoe for Moro Yusif. Play resumed with a throw-in for Bechem United which was whipped from the halfway line to the right flank. Substitute Emmanuel Owusu Boakyedelivered a cross across the face of goal which was tapped in at far post by Pince Adu Kwabena for his second goal and equaliser for Bechem.
The 88th minute nearly saw the home side taking all three points but Kwame Peprah’s rebound from a saved Osman Ibrahim deflected shot in the six-yard box was ruled out for a deliberate handball and a yellow card to the forward.
With 10 minutes of additional time, both teams failed to create descent goal-scoring opportunities as they shared spoils.
Inter Allies Vs Elmina Sharks [2-3]
Inter Allies suffered another defeat in the ongoing league, losing 2-3 at the Accra Sports Stadium against Elmina Sharks.
The visitors opened scoring for the visitors just 10 minutes into game via Benjamin Tweneboah, poaching a rebound.
Victorien Adebayor made it three goals in three games for the home side on the brink of half time.
When Allies felt they were on top, the visitors proved otherwise after recess.
Benjamin Bernard Boateng and Raphael Ocloo quick double fire in the 64th and 67th further deepened the wounds of Allies.
Samuel Armah reduced the deficit and Allies final goal of the day in the 68th minute.
Sharks held on very firm to maintain their first win of the season and move up on the league log.
Matchday 4 Results
Berekum Chelsea 1-0 Dreams FC
Eleven Wonders 1-0 Aduana Stars
Ebusua Dwarfs 1-2 Liberty Professionals
WAFA SC 0-0 Hearts of Oak
Medeama SC 1-0 Kotoko
King Faisal 2-2 Bechem United
Inter Allies 2-3 Elmina Sharks