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Nsoatreman beat Dreams 2-1 to maintain perfect home record

A pair of first-half goals from Frederick Boateng were enough as Nsoatreman FC beat Dreams FC 2-1 in a 2022/23 Ghana Premier League (GPL) match-day 6 encounter at Nana Amoah Koramansah II Park on Sunday.

The newcomers had come into the match carrying defeat from their last game away to Accra Lions but were high on confidence of at least protecting their perfect home record as the Still Believers came visiting.

Dreams had started the campaign so well winning their opening two matches but they have since picked only a point from their three subsequent games.

Nsoatreman clarified their intentions quite early and emphasized it with the match opener which came via a penalty won by playmaker Baba Mahama and converted by Frederick Boateng in the 27th minute.

The former Inter Allies and Asante Kotoko striker’s second came just a minute into first-half added time, giving the hosts a 2-0 advantage.

Attacker Ishmael Dede pulled one back for Dreams with a brilliant finish in the 76th minute.

Nsoatreman had to hold off a Dreams fightback to make it 3 wins out of three at home so far.

The 2-1 victory takes Nsoatreman to 6th on the GPL table with 10 points, 3 more than Dreams who drop further to 12th.

The Ghana Premier League will be paused for the Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup after match-day 7 games are honoured on Wednesday, November 16.

Nsoatreman will travel up north to renew their rivalry with fellow debutants Tamale City while Dreams host Bechem United.

Two-goal hero Frederick Boateng won the man-of-the-match award.


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