Yellow and Mauves lads defeated the Red Porcupine Warriors at Len Clay

Yellow and Mauves lads defeated the Red Porcupine Warriors at Len Clay

Yellow and Mauves lads defeated the Red Porcupine Warriors at Len Clay


Medeama SC have moved up to the first place on the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League table following a crucial away win over Asante Kotoko on Saturday afternoon.

Asante Kotoko suffered a painful 2-1 home defeat to the Yellow and Mauves lads in their match-week 21 encounter at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi.

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The Porcupine Warriors produced a spirited output in the early minutes which earned them the opener before the half-hour mark.
Winger Emmanuel Gyamfi snatched the opener for Asante Kotoko with a beautiful header on the 14th minute of the game.
Coach Yaw Preko’s side gained possession to dominate the midfield after conceding an early goal with hopes of levelling the score before recess.
In-form Prince Opoku Agyemang grabbed the equaliser with a brilliant finish to square the game one-draw on the 30th minute.
Opoku Agyemang came close again to net his second goal of the day but his effort went into the palms of goalkeepers Razak Abalora.
On the stroke of halftime, Richard Boadu made it 2-1 for Medeama SC with a fine strike to hand his side the lead to end the first half of the game.
Back from the break, Coach Mariano Barreto introduced Adom Frimpong, Godfred Asiamah, Patrick Asmah as replacement for Emmanuel Sarkodie, Andy Francis Kumi and Emmanuel Gyamfi respectively as they were in search for a goal.
Medeama captain Joseph Tetteh Zutah nearly extended the lead for his side with a powerful drive but his effort went wide.
Asante Kotoko duo Godfred Asiamah and Fabio Gama tried a solo drive but got blocked by the back line of the visitors as the entire duration of the game ended in a 2-1 victory in favor of Medeama SC
Following the results from the game, Medeama SC have move to first place on the league table with 36 points as Asante Kotoko drops to sceond position.

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