As the Onetouch Premier League gathers momentum and Kumasi Asante Kotoko establish its intention of picking the 2007/08 Onetouch Premier League by thumping Real Sportive by 3 goals to nil at El-Wak Stadium on Saturday, Accra Hearts of Oak's Karim Zito seems to be experiencing an unending woes.
Struggling Kumasi King Faisal on Sunday played an exceptional game to add to the woes of Accra Hearts of Oak when they spanked them 2-0 in their Onetouch Premier League match a the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
The victory, the first win for Faisal in the four-week old league was orchestrated by slippery Mickey Ofosu whose incisive passes generated both goals for his side.
With their vociferous fans supporting them, Faisal announced their intention of carrying the game just under the first minute when Collins Addo in the post for Hearts was tested.
Faisal went ahead to draw the first blood in the seventh minute through Abedi Sarfo who completed a perfect through pass from a Samad Oppong cross over a fast fading Hearts team. A well-coordinated move initiated by Ofosu also saw Oppong scoring the second goal for Faisal.
Visiting Zaytuna's right winger Felix Baffoe made his mark and became host of the supporters of Wa All Stars for tormenting the defence of All Stars before scoring a beautiful goal to win the maximum three points for his side in their Onetouch Premier League match played at the Wa Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Baffoe who made his markers look ordinary and useless in all departments of the game, received a pass from a colleague, outwitted two defenders and went ahead to draw out the goalkeeper from his post before planting the ball expertly in the net to register the only goal of the match in the 85th minute of the match.
Sekondi Hasaacas pipped Kpando Heart of Lions 1-0 in their well-contested Onetouch Premier League match played at Sekondi Gyandu Park on Sunday.
AshantiGold clawed back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Berekum Arsenals at the Coronation Park.
Substitute Benjamin Annan scored the lone goal for Hasaacas in the 87th minute after outclassing the defence of the visitors.
The shot which was taken at close range flew past goalkeeper Mozart Adjetey while attempting to kick the ball off the danger zone. Earlier, Annan had missed about two clear scoring chances in the goal area of Lions.
At the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park, Liberty Professionals maintained their unbeaten home streak this season with a 2-0 victory over a well-determined Tema Youth side during their week five clash of the 2007/08 Onetouch Premier League on Sunday.
In Swedru, home side, Gamba All Blacks had to force a draw in their game against Kessben FC. Ransford Osei put Kessben in the lead in the first half but substitute, Osmanu Sakora leveled up for the Black Magicians in the second period of the game.