Glorious Hearts of Oak were held by Ashanti Gold SC in an entertaining game which disappointedly ended scoreless at the end of ninety minutes.
The Phobians were let down by their profligacy in front of goal despite creating a raft of goal scoring chances.
Eventual Man-of-the-match winner, Daniel Afriyie was the worst culprit as he missed a guilt-edge chance in the second half as Ashgold held on to clinch yet another vital away point in the capital.
The Rainbow Club began the game on a very fast note unsettling their visitors managing three corner kicks after fifteen minutes.
The tempo of the game waned as the first half rolled by with the Phobians controlling a huge chunk of the possession.
Daniel Afriyie was put through on goal but scuffed his effort into the waiting arms of goalkeeper Frank Boateng after 47 minutes.
The miss spurred Ashgold as they troubled the Hearts defence with Richard Attah scoring full marks thwarting the efforts of the Miners.
Eric Esso, brother of Hearts of Oak frontman Joseph Esso was thrown into the fray after 78 minutes replacing Amos Nkrumah.
Goal mouth action reduced as the game drew close to the end.
Coach Edward Nii Odoom and his charges will view this as two points lost than a point gained due to a lack of efficiency in front of goal.