Legon Cities have been declared winners of their Ghana Premier League Matchday 23 game against Ebusua Dwarfs which ended abruptly.
It would be recalled that Ghana Premier League (GPL) referee Alpha Adey decided not to continue with officiating at halftime in the game involving Ebusua Dwarfs and Legon Cities following threats by the home fans.
At half time the referee, his assistants and the match commissioner did not return for the second 45 minutes of the game.
According a tweet from Legon Cities, the referee said he did not feel safe officiating the rest of the game after Ebusua Dwarfs fans threatened him with beatings.
Legon led 1-0 at half time, courtesy a Richard Kwabena Antwi goal.
After waiting for close to two hours for the start of the second half, both teams retreated to the dressing room and the game never saw a conclusion.
Ebusua Dwarfs meanwhile, responded to the Legon Cities tweet and called it falsehood. They denied any reports their fans threatened the referee.
The GFA has today come out with the verdict of the match.