Fabolous Kumasi Asante Kotoko climbed to the summit of the league log as the handed Berekum Chelsea a painful 2:0 defeat at the Len Clay stadium in Obuasi yesterday.The encounter was thrilling and although the Berekum guys huffed and puffed Kotoko stood their ground and eventually ran home with all three points.
The Brazilian import Fabio Gama was very impressive but one moment of brilliance from him came in the 90th minute and that was what sealed the fate of Berekum Chelsea. It was clear he was moving with instinct and knew his move was going to result in a goal as he quickly identified Godfred Asiamah and gave the ball to him and placed himself well in the middle of the Chelsea defence.The telepathic understanding between the two was perfect as Fabio asked quickly for the ball which was delivered to him by Asiamah.Fabio then destroyed the defence of the berekum based team as he split the defence open with a pass to the well positioned Asiamah who dribbled the keeper and shot into an empty net for the second goal.
Fabio is setting a remarkable trend as he has been effective so far and has 2 goals to his credit.Already some people have started clamoring for the authorities to persuade him to become a Ghanaian.The question been asked is "should Ghanaian clubs bring in more Brazilian and perhaps Argentine players into our league?
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