Emmanuel Antwi's impressive brace proved to be the difference-maker for Great Olympics, propelling them to the third spot on the league table, while Nsoatreman maintained their second-place standing.
The game experienced an unexpected pause that lasted over 30 minutes, as visibility became a major issue for Nsoatreman FC, leading to a decision by their players to temporarily halt the game.
The interruption, however, did not disrupt the flow of the game, and thanks to the restoration of power, referee Fuseini Alfaaba-Adey ensured the match continued without further hitches.
Nsoatreman commenced the game with a bright start, managing to secure the lead during the first half with a goal by Mohammed Abdul Rahman.
The tables turned early in the second half when Antwi, displaying his prowess, levelled the score with a stunning free-kick from 20 yards, leaving Nsoatreman goalkeeper Daniel Afadzwu rooted to the spot.
The match was momentarily halted after an hour of play, as Nsoatreman's coach, Maxwell Komadu, raised concerns about the insufficient lighting on the field.
This led to a suspension of the game for over half an hour, during which the away side voiced their frustrations. Eventually, power was fully restored, and the game resumed.
A few minutes after the game recommenced, Great Olympics seized the lead as Antwi secured his second goal with a remarkable effort from close range.
Nsoatreman FC launched a late onslaught in pursuit of an equalizer, but Great Olympics' goalkeeper, Benjamin Asare, came to the rescue with several exceptional saves, preserving the final scoreline.