Accra Great Olympics returned to top five of the 2021/22 league standings after posting a 2-0 win over Berekum Chelsea in week 28.
Amos Acheampong’s 3rd minute curler opened the flood gate for Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday.
There was a brotherly combination when Maxwell Abbey-Quaye laid a pass on the way of Samuel Ashie-Quaye for Great Olympics’ second goal on the 72nd minute.
Head coach of the two time league champions, Annor Walker attributes quality preparations to their win.
“It’s a well prepared game after Techiman, we were prepared, we started seriously.
“We even had to slow down because of the time limit. “It is a match that we were really prepared and you saw it.
“Tactically, physically whatever it is, we were ahead of them and we beat them with clear goals,” Annor Walker told StarTimes.
Victory against the former champions is their second in five matches, with a draw and two losses alongside.