The 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season reached 100 games on Tuesday when Great Olympics welcomed King Faisal to the Accra Sports Stadium for the first match of matchday 12.

Olympics won the match in a typically bullish fashion, beating the Kumasi-based club 3-1 to move up to second in the table.

A century of games is an impressive achievement considering we are not in normal times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Though it hasn’t been smooth sailing, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) should be happy with what the competition has achieved so far. The league has been managed very well, with no indication of the government regretting their decision to allow the return of football.

With 100 down, 206 games are left to go.

The stats after 100 games

A total of 235 goals has been scored. WAFA and AshantiGold are the most clinical with 20 goals each while Inter Allies holds the record for the least goals scored, finding the net four times.

64 wins have been recorded. It is no surprise the two teams with the most points (21), Karela United and Great Olympics, have the most wins (6 each). Karela, though have played one game less.

36 games have ended in stalemates. Elmina Sharks have been involved in the most drawn games (6).

Great Olympics 3-1 win over King Faisal on Tuesday took the home wins tally to 50. No team has won more wins than Karela United. They have a perfect record of 6 wins in 6 games.

14 away wins highlights the fact teams in league thrive better at home. Great Olympics have picked more wins on the road (3) than any other team.

The clean sheets record stands at 57 after 100 games.

Goals per game ratio is 2.35.