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02 Apr

GHPL ROUND-UP: What we learned from Match Day 4

It was a weekend that birthed a lot of goals with Aduana Stars winning massively. Karela FC recorded their first win of the season whilst Liberty Professional's woes continue.
Here are five things we learned this weekend;
Wellington inspired Karela make easy work of Dwarfs
Karela FC's start to their debut premiership campaign has been tumultuous for the Nzema Anyinase based club. After the splendid showing in the G8 tournament, many of the belief that, Karela FC were going to make giant strides in the Ghanaian top-flight but that wasn't going to come easy. 
Karela lost two and drawn one on their first three matches of the season to the dismay of the football loving populace. On a weekend when the mischief makers were calling for the sack of Manager, Johnson Smith, he responded positively by leading his charges to thrash Dwarfs 3-0; their first win of the season albeit some delightful football. 
Donald Wellington was the hero of the day as he made things difficult for the Dwarfs defence.
Merciless Yahaya pummels Allies
Yahaya Mohammed is grabbing all the headlines for leading Aduana Stars to romp Inter Allies and thus becoming the first player to score a hatrick in the four week old league. 
The burly striker has hit a sweet spot as far as goal scoring is concerned, and he's right back in the groove again at just the right point in the season when Aduana Stars want to make case in Africa and also defend their domestic title. 
It’s the sign of a true professional and what marks him out from the Ogya Boys needed him to step up too, because Allies played well. 
But for a couple of fluffed half chances, the visitors might’ve been the ones with a spring in their step at full time
Wonders unlucky not to get more against Kotoko
Kumasi Asante Kotoko left it late as they a registered a narrow win over Techiman Eleven Wonders. Wonders will certainly feel aggrieved that they didn’t get more out of the game because they played very well.
Jordan Opoku got the winner in an underwhelming display by the Porcupine Warriors. This is Eleven Wonders' first defeat of the season thus far.
All Stars finally wins
Just two seasons ago, they were the champions.They had a difficult campaign last term and prayed for a better season this term but their first- three matches proved otherwise. 
They could only pick a point out of a maximum of nine leading to the sack of their coach. Fans of the Northern can finally smile after their heroes pipped Berekum Chelsea at the Malik Jabir park on Sunday. 
Abdul Nafiu Iddrissu got the all important goal as All Stars seek to bounce back from their troubled times and compete for the championship.
Hearts up to third after victory over Dreams
Another fantastic performance at the Cape Coast stadium saw Hearts take all the three points against a spirited Dreams FC side. Diminutive Patrick Razak came up trumps again for the Phobians. 
It was no more than they deserved but it appeared to knock the stuffing out of the visitors with more than two thirds of the game left.
Hearts were able to sit back and soak up the pressure with ease. Their victory means they remain just three points behind Ashgold in the chase for the title.
By: Godfred Budu Yeboah
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