|Date||Time||League||Season||Match Day||Full Time|
|April 2, 2021||3:00 pm||Ghana Premier League (GPL)||2020-2021||18||90'|
|Centre Referee||Assistant Referee||4th Referee||Match Commissioner|
|Mohammed Misbaou||Ali Timuah Baah|
|Gabriel Opoku Arhin||Mike Amedior|
|Accra Sports Stadium - Osu|
|Accra Sports Stadium, Starlets 91 Road, Ministries, Victoriaborg, Greater Accra Region, 0302, Ghana|
Accra Great Olympics and Medeama SC opened the second round of the Ghana premier league with some cracking display of top level football with Yaw Preko visiting his former side sitting 5th on the League log.
With a well crafted tactics from both technicians, the midfield of the game became packed with each side trying to out muscle each other.
Olympics coach Annor Walker came into the game with a refined 4-2-3-1 system that had James Akaminko and Kassim Razak sitting deep inside their own area with Captain Gladson Awako, new boy Josuah Kwame Rhule, and Black Satellites defender Samuel Ashie Quaye forming the top of an attacking line.
Yaw Preko, knowing the threat Olympics posses to his team played a 4-3-3 straight line system with Black Stars midfielder Justice Blay in the middle of Rashid Nortey, and Kwesi Donsu.
Having enjoyed much of the game in a midfield battle that struggled to beat each other, Great Olympics resorted to counter attacking play, pushing Manaf Mudasiru deep into his own half to create space for his team mates.
The new game plan worked for Olympics who opened the scoring in the 30th minute from the run of play, The dade boyes latched unto a missed opportunity from Medeama to counter attack them at the back, the swift move from the Gladson Awako to Mudasiru Manaf produced a sweet pass to Samuel Ashie Quaye who had only goalkeeper Frank Boateng to beat, his sleek shot ended at the back of the net.
The two sides returned to the game in the second half with a more intensified approach as Medeama SC made a quick substitution with Zakaria Mumuni coming off for Ebenezer Ackahbi while Akwesi Donsu went off for Agyenim Boateng.
The Dade boys improved upon their performance with an increased tempo that saw Gladson Awako dictating the pace of the game, while Samuel Ashie Quaye displayed his skills on the flanks.
The game seemed frustrating to Medeama whose attackers of Ahmed Toure and Prince Opoku Agyemang who had a tough time dealing Great Olympics defence.
With time running out, Coach Annor Walker slowed his game, asking his players to control the game from the flanks and to allow more time.
great Olympics move to the top of the table with 32 points.