Defending champions of the Ghana Premier League Asante Kotoko have lost 4:2 to Simba in a preseason game in Sudan. Steven Mukwala and Stephen Amankona got the two goals for the porcupine warriors. This brings the total number of goals conceded by Asante Kotoko in Sudan to eleven.
Asante Kotoko and Simba started the game in a relaxed atmosphere as they hunt for the opening goal. Asante Kotoko opened the scores via Steven Mukwala after Zeze had found him in an advantageous position.
Th Tanzanian club leveled the scores in the the minutes time. Six minutes on, Simba doubled their lead having controlled the game for some time. Four minutes to the wrap of the first half, Simba had another goal through the spot.
First half ended 3:1 for Simba.
Ten minutes after the commencement of the second half, Simba increased this tally to four. In the 78th minutes, Stephen Amankona added a second goal for the Ghanaian champions.
The friendly encounter ended 4:2 for Simba.
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