Asante Kotoko were big winners from the matchday 14 games in the betPawa Ghana Premier League following their emphatic win at the Baba Yara Stadium.

The Porcupine Warriors mastered a game of their own as they defeated Kotoku Royals with a 5-1 scoreline on Sunday, January 29.

Steven Mukwala hit a brace for Seydou Zerbo’s side after Richmond Lamptey had opened the scoring with a stunner. Eric Zeze and Solomon Sarfo Taylor got the other goals while Francis Andy Kumi scored the consolation goal for the Akyem-based team.

Hearts of Oak travelled to Tarkwa over the weekend where they beat Medeama for the first time away from home in seven years.

Kwadwo Obeng Junior scored the only goal of the game in the 33rd minute to give Slavko Matic’s side all three points.

Legon Cities lost at home to Bechem United despite scoring the first goal of the fixture at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Emmanuel Avornyo, Clinton Duodu and Hafiz Konkoni scored for the Hunters while the Royals’ early lead came through Alex Aso.

On his debut for Bibiani GldStars, Abednego Tetteh scored a brace to ensure the Miners secured a 3-2 win away from home against Tamale City, whose struggles in the league continue.

Berekum Chelsea also needed a Kusi Pandrous first-half strike to beat Dreams FC while league leaders Aduana FC came from behind to earn a draw against Accra Lions.

Great Olympics were 1-0 winners over Karela United with Samartex also piping King Faisal to a narrow victory.

Abdul Manaf Umar’s form for Real Tamale United continued with the midfielder scoring in the club’s 2-0 victory over Nsoatreman.

After the matchday 14 fixtures, Hearts and Kotoko go within just one point behind Aduana who have 25 points while Bechem United move into the Top Four.

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