The most anticipated game of the Ghana premier league match day 20 is finished and it ended goalless.
Kumase Asante Kotoko were looking to further their lead to at least four points this day, Olympics on the other hand were looking to reclaim their first spot on the league log after losing it to their opponents at the end of match day 19.
The game was very dull especially the first half. No clear cut chance was created by either of the two teams. The goalkeepers were on holiday as they weren't enough threats from the forwards.
The second half of the game was quite better. James Akaminko got a big save out of Razak Abelora early in the second half. Michael Ottu did same in the 77th minute. Michael Vinicious sent a clear header off target shortly after he came on.
Overall neither side did enough for the maximum three points and it was a points well shared between them. Kotoko retains their top spot and Great Olympics also maintains her second spot.
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