Phoenicians win their 20th award after claiming a point in a competition with Liberty Professionals
Oak’s draw and Asante Kotoko’s defeat on Sunday gave the former his first Ghana Premier League title in 12 years.
On Sunday, Hearts and Liberty Professionals won a 1-1 draw at Accra Sports Stadium as Kotoko lost 2-1 to Beckham United on the final day of the season.
Phoenicians have Daniel Afri-Barnia, the attacker on the farm, to thank the opener, but Kwame Pal stepped back to equalize.
Kotoko, on the other hand, fell to Beckham, who won thanks to a Steven Oviso double. Suleiman Serfo Taylor recorded the purpose of consoling the visitors.
Continuity of results has put the Hearts ahead by 61 points before the final round of matches, while Kotoko is second by 57 points. With four points, the two sides have been separated, with the Phoenicians making Ghana the Confederations Champions of the Ghana Premier League 2020-21.
This is his first title since 2009 and he is ranked No. 20 in the trophy, behind Kotoko.
Liberty, who won with hearts, and Beach, who beat Kotoko, meanwhile, are fourth and 12th in the standings, respectively.
Elsewhere, Wafa secured third place after beating Kerala United 2-0. Augustine Bokie and Lawrence Agicum were the heroes of the day for the Academy Boys. On the other hand, bitter gourd has come to the eighth position.
At Davao Park, Advana Stars advanced to fourth place, beating Inter Allies 4-2, thanks to a strike by Ben Alaman Teniboh, Emmanuel Ossi Bafour, Kofigo Barabi and Farooq Adams. Dream, who is sixth on the log, scored on Sunday through Shibu Tawfiq and Kalu.
Medima failed to register three points to maintain a four-point chase as she lost 3-1 to 11 Wonders. For the Wonders on that day, goals were scored by Mohammad Tethe Norte, Coe Sims and Abbas Gianno, who are 11th in the login.
At the Obusi Lane Clay Stadium, Ashanti Gold 10th on the table and Dreams FC 6th on the log drew 0-0.
At the barracks, Kofi Oso and Benjamin Abado agreed to secure a 2-1 home victory at the Great Olympics, which was reassured by Ghana midfielder Gladson Awako. The Olympics are seventh in the Games, two places ahead of the Blues.
Almina Shark added three more points with a 2-0 victory over 14th-ranked Lagoon. Benjamin Boating and James Busso found the back of the net for the Sharks below second.
Zubair Ibrahim Ibrahim doubles for Shah Fasil, 13th on the table, sealing the 2-0 victory over Ibswa Dorfs.