14 Apr

NC Special Cup Report: Ashanti Gold SC 1- 0 Medeama SC - Miners lads extend unbeaten home streak

Obuasi Ashanti Gold SC continued their home dominance over Medeama SC with another victory on Sunday afternoon.

The Miners lads managed to beat Medeama SC 1-0 in the match-day five of the GFA Normalization Committee Special Cup at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
The Obuasi-based club started the game on a good note as they fired the lead in the early minutes of the game.
Winger Amos Addai grabbed the lead after connecting a pass from Appiah McCarthy on the 15th minute of the match.
Medeama goalkeeper Ofori Antwi made a brilliant save to deny Richard Djodi from doubling the score before recess.
Skipper Joseph Tetteh Zutah failed to find the back of the net for the visitors as he blasted a free-kick awarded to his side on the half-hour mark over the bar.
Ashanti Gold SC continued to dominate the game with beautiful passes and crosses but they couldn't extend the lead as the first department ended in a 1-0 win in favor of them.
Back from recess, Medeama SC dominated the game with fearsome attacks but failed to level the score.
Goalkeeper Frank Boateng was called on several occasions by the Medeama SC upfront but he denied them from scoring.
The two teams ended the match with ten men after Richard Osei Agyemang and Tahiru Awudu  were sent off on the 70th minute.
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