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12.02.2009 League Report

Phobians leave it late against the Miners

By Ghana FA
Phobians leave it late against the Miners

Hearts of Oak scored the winner in full-time to claim all three points against AshantiGold, thus maintaining a seven-point lead at the top of the Glo Premier League.

The Miners were coasting to a draw, which they would have relished after having equalised Hassan Mohammed's first opener but the league's top scorer, Obed Ansah scored the winner in the 90th minute to keep the Phobians' winning form running.

The defeat comes as a major blow to AshantiGold who slump to the bottom of the 16-club table.

A second half goal by Tanko Mohammed ensured that Heart of Lions beat All Stars at the Kpando Park to move second on the standings.

Stephen Amankwah scored the derby winner as Berekum Arsenals claimed the bragging rights in the derby game at the Golden City Park, beating Chelsea 1-0.

At the Anane Boateng Stadium where Kessben FC beat Sporting Mirren 1-0, Richard Mpong was credited with the fastest goal so far in the Glo Premier League, scoring just 43 seconds into the start of the game.

Liberty Professionals were beaten 1-0 by Gamba All Blacks at the Swedru Park with Sadat Mohammed scoring the winner.

Emmanuel Ankobiah helped Sekondi Hasaacas pick a point off King Faisal in their 1-1 draw at the Baba Yara Stadium after Samad Oppong had put the home side in front.

The fine form exhibited by Real Tamale United over the weekend could not be replicated at the Sekondi Sports Stadium where they were handed a 2-0 defeat by Eleven Wise.

Mohammed Murai and Jeff Aryee scored both goals to give the newly promoted side the three points.

The final game of match-day-10 comes up on Thursday at the Ohene Djan Stadium where Tema Youth take on Asante Kotoko. Kickoff is at 5:00pm local time.

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