WAFA has deepened the woes of Kumasi Asante Kotoko after pipping the Porcupine Warriors 1-0 in the mid-week fixture played at Sogakope yesterday.
The home-team has maintained their dominance at home as they put up some splendid performance to grab the three points to solidify their third position on the league table.
It took some level of brilliance from WAFA’s Ashimeru Majid to get the only goal of the match in the 60th minute after the first half ended in stalemate.
Majid after realizing Kotoko’s goalie, Ofori Antwi had left his line, fired a long range shot which went straight into the net and drew massive cheers from the crowd.
The Porcupine Warriors went into the game hoping to walk away with at least a point but the home team had separate ideas as they maintained their resilience at defense to deny Kotoko a goal.
The relegation scare has hit Kotoko harder now as they lie 12th on the league table just a point behind rivals Accra Hearts of Oak on the 11th position.
*At Sunyani, A George Brako own goal on the stroke of half time yesterday denied Accra Great Olympics all three points at the Sunyani Coronation Park where they drew 1-1 with B.A United in theFirst Capital Plus Premier League week 23 clash, reports Times Sports Reporter.
Olympics who vowed to pick all three points at stake took the lead in the 36th minute through midfielder Daniel Appiah who was through by captain of the side Godwin Attram.
United’s goalkeeper and captain Osei Lawrence stood between Olympics and the second goal as he save a sublime trade mark free kick from captain Attram in the 40th minute and a close range effort from Kwame Boateng.
On the 45th minute mark tragedy struck for Olympics when defender George Brakoin an attempt to clear a goal bound shot, directed the ball into his own net.
Back from recess both team lifted up their game in search of the match winner but tried as they did their efforts yielded no results.
By Times Sports Reporter