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Liberty push Kotoko in Kumasi



Kotoko needed a late, late goal to finish a thrilling game against Liberty Professionals in Kumasi. It ended 3-3.

The Glo Premier League resumed with a bang, with goals in all games except in the Chelsea-AshGold game.

A controversial spot-kick in added time of the second half was scored by recently signed defender Kwabena Edusei.

After winning so well in the Champions League, supporters of the reds were at the Baba Yara in good numbers, but the team's profligacy was their undoing.

The reigning champions dominated the game but Liberty went ahead. Ugandan defender Joseph Ochaya scored an own goal and give the Dansoman side confidence.

Kotoko came on in leaps in the second half, scoring two to get ahead in the game from Ransford Osei and Seidu Bancey.

The consistent Kennedy Ashia did his thing again, getting two rapid goals to make it 3-2. And then, with moments to go, Liberty's dream if three points to move from tenth was dashed by a penalty.

Week 16 results

Hearts 1-0 King Faisal

Tema Youth 4-0 Medeama

Dwarfs 2 - 0 Aduana Stars

Wa All Stars 1 - 0 Heart of Lions

Berekum Chelsea 0-0 AshGold

Kotoko 3 - 3 Liberty

RTU 1-3 Amidaus (Saturday)

Edubiase 1-0 Berekum Arsenal (Saturday)



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