Asante Kotoko settled for only a point on difficult grounds, as our goalkeeper Kwame Baah stood tall for everything the home side threw at us.
The bumpy Nana Ameyaw Park made it difficult for us to play our game, coach Ogum conceded he had to result in Plan B where the players were using long balls which is not how he wanted his team to play but for the nature of the turf.
We created little for our attackers throughout the game while our gallant defenders and goalkeeper stood tall for the challenge to keep us in the game
The difficult afternoon didn’t finish without an injury to our attacker Dickson Afoakwa, who got hit to his ankle in the first half and had to be substituted for striker Samuel Boateng
The change got us to twist our system to find solutions but it was not meant to be, the turf was hard, dry, and bumpy and couldn’t allow us to play
In the second half, Mudasiru salifu came in place of Steven Amankona, the midfielder had a chance to shoot at goal a moment he came on but our opponent’s keeper was up to the tasked
Mbella who was quiet in the game was put through one on one with his marker, the Cameroonian twisted and turned before shooting with his left foot at the side net.
We came close again this time Richmond Lamptey wanted to beat Joseph Baah at the near post after he was put through by Mbella, though the angle was against him the midfield general missed the post by an inch
No matter how hard it was, we pushed for the win but we had to settle for a draw.