NC Special Cup Report: Medeama 2-0 Berekum Chelsea - Medeama secure another home win to keep semis hopes alive Featured
23 May

NC Special Cup Report: Medeama 2-0 Berekum Chelsea - Medeama secure another home win to keep semis hopes alive

Medeama SC ended their GFA Normalization Committee Special Cup campaign with a victory over Berekum Chelsea on Thursday afternoon.

The Tarkwa-based club managed to record a 2-0 home win over Berekum Chelsea in their match-day 13 encounter at the T&A Park.
The Yellow and Mauves looked very dangerous in the early minutes of the match which earned them a goal before recess.
Striker Agyenim Boateng was denied by goalkeeper Yusif Moro on two occasions from scoring a free-kick on the 8th and 11th minute of the game.
On the 15th minute, Justice Blay tried his luck with an audacious shot but was fisted out by Moro as Jonah Attuaquaye also failed to find the back of the net for Chelsea on the 19th minute.
Ghana U20 forward Tahiru Awudu grabbed the opener with a cool finish from close range on the 23rd minute of the game.
Medeama continued to dominate the match with brilliant passes and descent crosses but they failed to extend the lead as Chelsea also failed to net the equaliser before the break.
After the break, Coach Samuel Boadu's side intensified the match with much pressure on the back line of the visitors.
Chelsea should thank goalkeeper Yusif Moro for rescuing them as Agyenim Boateng, Justice Blay and Tahiru kept firing thunderbolt.
Ivorian striker Kalibo Dedy and Meshach Odoom were introduced to replace Jacob Appau and Camara Nguessan.
Agyenim Boateng sealed their sweet home victory with a brilliant finish on the 83rd minute which ended the match in a 2-0 win in favor of Medeama SC.
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