Techiman Eleven Wonders cancels out Fabio Gama's early opener at the depth of half time.
Kumase Asante Kotoko got off to a fine start in their very first game in the second round of the Ghana premier league getting a goal with just six minutes of play through a Fabio Gama right footed thunderbolt.
Many chances presented itself but they couldn't double their lead and as a result failed to hold on their lead as Eleven Wonders got the equaliser five minutes to half time with Samuel Boakye with the goal.
The second half resumes in few minutes and Kotoko has taken off Latif Anabila and has replaced him by Patrick Asmah. We expect more from Krobea.
Techiman Eleven Wonders on the other hand were having a good game at the tail end the first half. Should they kick start the second half like they ended the first half, Asante Kotoko will be in serious trouble.
The home side will be determined to avoid defeat and the away team will looking for the best possible start to the second round gunning for a win.
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