MATCH REPORT: Kotoko with a ridiculous victory against CARA in Kumasi Featured
11 Feb

MATCH REPORT: Kotoko with a ridiculous victory against CARA in Kumasi

Asante Kotoko SC will travel to Congo to play Club Athletic Renaissance Ainglo, CARA with a solitary goal which came from the penalty spot via Yakubu Mohammed after Kotoko squandered three penalties kicks in the ninety minutes duration time.
 
Asante Kotoko SC had an explosive start to the game with intent to win the game from start when they won a penalty before the tenth minute but Sadick Adams missed it to open the game for both sides.
 
CARA were comfortable in the game especially in the first half having good moves and creating chances which Felix Annan saving one glaring goal opportunity by the Congolese side to keep the game barren before half time.
 
Kwame Boahene hit the woodwork in the first half to keep the game clean away from goal before the second half.
 
Kotoko kept the momentum and possession of play in the second half to get the result before their trip to Congo.
 
Kotoko had three penalties in the second half in addition to the first half but squandered all with Amos Frimpong and Baba Mahama effecting the spoilt one whiles substitute, Yakubu Mohammed scored the other penalty and the only goal of the game.
 
CARA also had their fair share of a penalty award which their goal keeper Massa Chansel missed it to leave them empty traveling back to Congo.
 
Kotoko won by a goal to nil but not to the delight of the fans because of the manner it came and hope to get a good results in Congo which is highly possible from what CARA have displayed at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
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