Techiman Eleven Wonders threw caution to the wind after disregarding a directive of a closed-door by allowing fans into the stadium in their 2-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs on Friday.
Hundreds of supporters thronged the Nana Ameyaw Park in a massive defiance to the government and Ghana FA directive.
The action by the home side has received widespread criticism on social media as it defies the directive issued by the government of Ghana.
The directive from the country's government has been clear on the decision for football to return but now faces a possible shutdown.
Hundreds of fans attended the match and appears to have disregarded the laid down protocols.
Its unclear if government will be forced to come down heavy on the Ghana FA for failing to ensure clubs comply strictly to the directive amid a spike in the Coronavirus cases.
A dubious penalty scored by Tetteh Nortey and a fine finish from Prince Okraku ensured the home side run away with victory.