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Asante Kotoko lose again in Ghana Premier League

The Porcupine Warriors left the Baba Yara Sports Stadium disheartened as Legon Cities secured each of the three places in their gathering.

Asante Kotoko experienced a second back to back overcome in the Ghana Premier League after a 3-1 home misfortune to Legon Cities on Sunday.

Mudasiru Salifu got for the hosts, yet objectives from Michael Otuo and Hans Kwofie (two) guaranteed three focuses for the guests in the matchday 26 apparatus at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium Kumasi.

The misfortune follows a 2-1 away fall at Real Tamale United.

Notwithstanding their failure to accumulate any focuses, Kotoko top the association standings; however, their essential ongoing lead could be chopped near three should nearest competitors Bechem United beat 10th and put Karela United on Monday.

Legon, in the interim, involves the eighth position.

In the third situation on the table are Medeama, who pipped Wafa 1-0 in Tarkwa kindness of Vincent Atinga's 67th-minute exertion. Wafa is second from the base on the table.

On Friday, the hearts of Oak climbed to the fourth situation with a 3-0 victory over Accra Lions. Daniel Afriyie Barnieh's twofold and Agyenim Boateng's strike sentenced Lions to twelfth on the standing request.

Aduana Stars might have been sitting higher than fifth had they not surrendered to a 1-0 away loss to Berekum Chelsea, who currently just falsehood one spot and one point lower. Kelvin Obeng's objective chose the installation in Dormaa.

Essentially, Great Olympics might have put higher than seventh were they not scattered by Yaw Annor's sole objective for Ashanti Gold, who holds the tenth spot.

New young men Gold Stars supported their possibilities of remaining in the first class division with a 1-0 triumph north of Eleven Wonders, Prince Kwabena, the day's legend. The different sides are eleventh and sixteenth, separately, on the table.

In Dawu's thirteenth situated Dreams and fourteenth set, King Faisal needed to agree to a 1-1 draw after Samuel Kusi scored to offset Issah Yakubu's opener for Dreams.

The score was the same at the Nduom Sports Stadium, where Victor Aidoo's objective for visiting Real Tamale United and Isaac Donkor's striker for Elmina Sharks guaranteed a sharing of the riches. While RTU sits one spot over the transfer zone, Sharks are absolute bottom.

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