Kumasi Asante Kotoko beat Kumasi division one based club Asokwa Deportivo by 2-1 to progressed to the quarterfinals of the FA CUP competition. The fans of both clubs enjoyed the game, because the game produced a lot of interesting scenes.
Asokwa Deportivo eliminated Asante Kotoko from the competition last season, after beating the Ghana Premier League giants by 2-1. They were full of confidence of repeating such moment this season but it did not worked out this time round.
Fabio Gama got the opener for the fabulous boys at the 12th minute of the game from a spot kick. The Porcupine Royals were still playing at a high tempo to double their lead before the half time and they got the second goal at the 38th minute through Evans Adomako.
Asokwa Deportivo started the second half with a different level of aggression to find the net at the early stages to revive their confidence of equalizing all the two goals, but the defenders of Asante Kotoko were solid to prevent their strikers from operating. Asokwa Deportivo found the net a latter part of the game. The game eventually ended 2-1. Andrews Kwadwo Appau was named the man of the match after the game.
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