Seven goals were scored in the two games played in the Ghana Premier League, GPL on Saturday with AshantiGold SC recording a massive 6-0 win over WAFA.
The Miners were that impressive as they posted their biggest win in the GPL in recent years with Accra Lions also winning their game this afternoon.
AshantiGold SC have had an on-and-off season in the ongoing competition, but, they issued a huge statement to the rest of the teams with this impressive win over WAFA at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi.
Goals by Yaw Annor, (3), Amos Nkrumah and Eric Esso, handed all three points to the Miners as WAFA could not find an answer to the questions posed to them on the field of play.
The three points gained, increases AshantiGold's tally to 31 as they moved to the ninth position to ease some of their recent worries.
WAFA remain in the relegation zone with 23 points after this heavy defeat, and, they must start picking up points if they hope to remain a top-flight side at the end of the campaign.
At the Accra Sports Stadium, Accra Lions beat Karela United 1-0 to move up on the table in this, their debut campaign in the GPL.
They have 30 points from the 24 matches they have played, three points behind the Karela United side on the table they defeated this afternoon.
Frederick Asante scored the lone goal for the home side as they climbed up on the table to the 12th position.
The Matchday 24 action in the GPL will continue on Sunday with some interesting pairings across all centres.
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