A late goal by Asante Kotoko earned the reigning Ghana champions a point against Great Olympics in their betPawa Premier League game played this afternoon.
The Porcupines were huge favourites to collect all three points, but, they were made to work for their effort in earning the draw.
Abdul Bashiru opened the scoring for the Wonder Club just after the break, and they held on well for what would have been their first win in four league matches.
However, Asante Kotoko came up with a late equalizer through Andrews Appau to preserve their unbeaten home run as they continue with the defence of their league title.
They are third on the log with 19 points, one point behind leaders Aduana FC who play on Monday against Bibiani Gold Stars in an away encounter.
Great Olympics are 11th on the table with 15 points, and the draw was their first point earned in four matches.
In other Matchday 11 fixtures played on Sunday, Nsoatreman FC returned to winning ways with a 1-0 home win over FC Samartex at the Nana Kromansah Park, Nsoatre.
Dreams FC beat Medeama SC 4-0 at the Theater of Dreams, Dawu; with King Faisal Babes drawing 1-1 away to Bechem United at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park.
Real Tamale United played a determined game to draw goalless with Karela United at the CAM Park, Anyinase.
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