Great Olympics suffered yet another home defeat in week eleven of the of the Ghana Premier League to Aduana Stars on Monday.
The unfortunate struck in the 11th minute when Dan Quaye tried to clear a cut back pass by Derrick Sassraku but he nicked the ball into own net to give the away the lead.
Godfred Saka was given his marching orders by referee Kennedy Padi for a vicious challenge on Olympics midfielder Douglas Mintah in the 35th minute.
Aduana doubled their lead in the 40 minute following a blunder by veteran defender Dan Quaye, which left goalkeeper Abraham Odonkor hapless and Bright Adjei sneaked in to tap home into a yawning net.
At the start of the second half, coach of Olympics Godwin Attram came on for Douglas Mintah and the move paid dividends as they mounted huge pressure on the away side, and they got their reward in the 69th minute courtesy striker Abel Manomey.
The Dade boys squandered a host of clear cut chances that came their as Aduana held to carry the day.
Aduana climb to 2nd on the log with 21 points after 10 games, and have a game in hand.