Liberty Professional FC fought back to snatch a deserved equalizer a way to Elmina Sharks FC in an end to end thrilling encounter.
The Dansoman based visitors fell to a 28th minute opener from Benjamin Tweneboah but kept their nerves to separate the points with a 90th leveler.
Having settled a point in match day one of the championship, Liberty Professional FC started on a slow note and duly fell behind half way in to the first stanza of the game.
A lovely ball from the lively Benjamin Arthur fell kindly for Benjamin Tweneboah to cap a collective team move.
Known as Neymar among his peers, Tweneboah kept his nerves to convert and put the Sharks ahead on home soil.
Full back for the visitors, Ahmed Satar, added attacking responsibilities to his game and that boosted the chances of the visitors.
Series of promising balls into the 18 yard box were spurred by the visitors attacking machinery including some absolute sitters.
Elmina Sharks FC had lady luck and wicked goal keeping to thank for their solitary lead as the visitors kept knocking on the door in search of equalizer.
The leveler came at a choking time with virtually the last kick in regulation time, Ernest Danso assisted Kwaku Karikari to deny the host.
A quick response from Elmina Sharks FC failed to restore the lead in added time as the teams settled for a point each.