NC Special Competition: Ashanti Gold 3-1 Kotoko - Miners trounce Kotoko to make tier-2 finals Featured
19 Jun

NC Special Competition: Ashanti Gold 3-1 Kotoko - Miners trounce Kotoko to make tier-2 finals

The Miners lads booked themselves ticket to the grand finale of the GFA Normalization Committee Special Competition tier-2 after whipping Asante Kotoko in semis.

Ashanti Gold SC reached the final after beating Asante Kotoko 3-1 in their semifinal game at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Obuasi-based club ended the for department of the match in a victory despite conceding an early goal.
Guinean international Naby Keita fired the lead for the Porcupine Warriors after tapping in a pass from Kwame Boahen on the second minute.
Ashanti Gold gained possession to dominate the match which earned them the equaliser after three minutes.
Defender Mubarak Yussif levelled the score for his side with a powerful header on the 5th minute of the match.
Goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad denied Appian McCarthy from doubling the score for Ashanti Gold on the 28th minute of the game.
Youngster Emmanuel Owusu registered his name on the score sheet for the Miners lads with a stunning strike on the 30th minute.
Asante Kotoko failed to find the back of the net as the first half ended in a 2-1 victory in favor of Ashanti Gold SC.
Back from the break, Coach Kjetil Zackariassen continued to mount pressure on the 'Kum Apem' lads to register another goal after seven minutes.
Mark Agyekum extended the lead for the Miners lads with a cool finish on the 55th minute of the game.
Abdul Fatawu nearly got his name on the score sheet for Kotoko but his shot on the 85th minute went wide.
Ashanti Gold SC will now face Nzema Kotoko in the final of the tier-2.
The winner will get the ticket to represent Ghana at the CAF Confederation Cup next season.
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