Former Ghana Premier League, GPL, champions AshantiGold SC defeated King Faisal Babes 2-0 this afternoon to record their first win of the second round in the ongoing 2021-22 season.
Goals in either half by Kamaradini Mamudu and Opoku Agyeman, secured all three points for the Miners as they jumped to 11th on the table with their 20 matches played.
The win, comes as welcome news to the Miners who have endured some tough times in their last few games.
This was a game they dominated and, they could have won by a higher margin if they had been more agile in front of goal.
The victory will certainly lift up spirits in their camp ahead of their next encounter, but importantly, they will look to build on this for the rest of the campaign.
The loss was King Faisal's ninth of the season, and, they will have to rebuild to bring their campaign this season back on track.
Action in the GPL will continue on Saturday and Sunday with some exciting matches.
Berekum Chelsea will host Karela United on Saturday; Aduana FC plays Hearts of Oak on Sunday with Medeama SC hosting Techiman Eleven Wonders also on Sunday.
Also on Sunday, Asante Kotoko will play Bibiani Gold Stars; WAFA will host RTU; Great Olympics will entertain Legon Cities; Elmina Sharks will host Bechem United with Accra Lions playing Dreams FC on Saturday afternoon in the capital.
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