Bibiani Gold Stars FC won their eighth consecutive home game in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday, defeating King Faisal at Dun's Park.
Gold Stars rallied from a goal down to defeat the Kumasi-based team 2-1, extending their lead over the relegation zone to seven points.
Disaster struck just before halftime defender Odai pushed the ball behind his own net, breaking the match's stalemate.
Gold Stars had a chance to tie the game only five minutes after the break when they were granted a penalty, but Prince Kwabena Owusu failed to convert the penalty which sent their bench into a state of disbelief.
Opoku Agyemang just lasted a minute on the field after coming on as a replacement before scoring the equalizer for the home team in the 53rd minute.
Attacker Opoku Agyemang scored the game-winning goal for Bibiani Gold Stars with ten minutes remaining in regulation time, lifting them over the drop zone.
The defeat has knocked Faisal into the relegation zone for the first time this season, as they continue to seek their first league victory in almost two months.
King Faisal has now gone ten Ghana Premier League games without a victory. They parted ways with their coach Nurudeen Amadu in order to stop their slide into relegation but their poor run continues. They will take on Eleven Wonders in their next Ghana Premier League game.