Eleven Wonders defy Ghana government’s order as supporters are allowed to watch Premier League game in Techiman


The Citizens failed to control their supporters as they thronged into the Ohene Ameyaw Park in their first home game of the season

Techiman Eleven Wonders failed to comply with government’s decision that all Ghana Premier League games should be played behind closed doors during their 2-0 home win over Ebusua Dwarfs on Friday.

The supporters failed to comply to the rules set by government and enforced by Ghana FA due to Coronavirus disease and forced their way inside the facility to watch the game live while others also climbed buildings and structures nearby to catch a glimpse of the game.

Before the start of the season, government issued a statement that only 25 per cent of each match venue will be opened to supporters but that decision was cancelled few days to kick off as a new order came that no supporter will be allowed entry into match centres because COVID-19 cases keep rising.

A goal each half of the game from defender Tettey Nortey and substitute Prince Okraku were enough to win the game for the debutants.

Okraku’s goal means that he is the only player to have scored two goals in two different games this season.

Wonders are now top of the log with four points since they shared spoils 1-1 with Asante Kotoko on opening day.


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