The Ghana Premier League week four clash between the two time champions Aduana Stars FC and Real Tamale United FC has been called off in the second half due to heavy downpour, Sportsworldghana.com can confirm.
The match was 10 minutes into the second half with scores at 1-1 before the referee decided to end proceedings in the 52nd minute.
The home team scored first in the game through Bright Adjei with a beautiful finish to give the Green and Yellows the lead.It was his second consecutive goal if the week.
Badu Danquah grabbed the equalizer for Real Tamale United from a rebound after Ronald Frimpong’s ball was saved by the Aduana Stars goalkeeper Joseph Addo to restore parity.
According to reports from StarTimes reporters and commentators from the venue, the weather conditions were not good enough for the game to continue.
The game is expected to be concluded tomorrow morning playing just the remaining minutes.