On Sunday Legon Cities defeated the current league leaders of the Ghana Premier League, Kumasi Asante Kotoko by 3-1 and the gaffer of the side has reprehended his defenders.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko suffered two straight defeats in the season, which was their fourth defeat in the season.
The defeat at their famous Baba Yara Sports Stadium last Sunday is the second league game the team has beaten. King Faisal beat Kotoko in the first round, and Maxwell Konadu’s Legon Cities has dismantled the league leaders.
Michael Otu and good old Hans Kwofie gave the visitors the lead in the 17th minute and 27th minute of the first half, fans favorite Mudasiru Salifu got his second goal of the season before the stroke of the first half at Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
Maxwell Konadu’s side restored their two-goal lead through Kwofie’s two minutes of the game played in the second half of the fixture.
The coach of Kotoko was not pleased with the performance of his defenders in the game so he made a statement to StarTimes after the final whistle of the match, he disclosed that:
“I can’t tell…They looked so slow on the field of play, their movement wasn’t the usual movement. I can’t tell what was wrong with them on the field. It’s a game over so we only have to make sure that we get back and do the right things for the next game.”
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