Ugandan international striker Steven Dese Mukwala was on the score sheet as Asante Kotoko defeated lower tier side Panthers FC 4-2 in a pre-season friendly.
Mukwala, scored the third goal for the Porcupines in their opening pre-season game against the Greater Accra Second Division side on Monday morning.
The game was played at the Legon Ajax Park and, it was arranged at short notice after Asante Kotoko's planned trip to Turkey for the second phase of their pre-season program was put on hold due to visa issues.
Mukwala, joined Kotoko during this transfer window and, he has been registered by the Garden City club for their campaign next season.
Asante Kotoko's other goals in this mornings encounter, were scored by Stephen Amankona, Ernest Osei Poku and Dickson Afoakwa to complete the win.
Osei Poku, a midfielder, has just signed for the Porcupines as a free agent after a sojourn in the Egyptian top-flight league.
Asante Kotoko will continue with their preparations for the new season in Accra until they receive the travel clearance to proceed on their proposed pre-season training tour to Turkey.
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