Taking the lead, the Fabulous club couldn't hold on to the lead as they surrendered supremacy to the Yellow and Mauve team.
Kotoko started gallantly but dropped after taking an early lead, and they couldn't find their momentum afterwards as they conceded 2 first-half goals in the lead up to a second-half that proved indifferent.
This world is so strange. The player Blay who was to start for Medeama today got badly injured last week, and the one who was to be on the bench for Blay, gets to starts for Medeama to give President Moses Parker, probably, the most important win in the clubs history.
Richard Boadu has scored his first goal in the league and it is again Kotoko. It seems grace has found the player.
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