Ghana Premier League: Kotoko pip Dreams at Dawu

Kumasi Asante after sacking their head Coach Maxwell Konadu got a win against Dreams FC at the Theater of Dreams in Dawu.

The Matchday 6 fixture was the first game for Kotoko’s interim manager Johnson Smith.

With the two teams playing some good football, both came close to scoring in the first 15 minutes but missed their chances.

In the 20th minute, Imoro Ibrahim fired home from the edge of the box after a volley from Kwame Poku had been saved by the Dreams FC goalkeeper.

Despite a pulsating encounter in the second half, Dreams FC could not draw level with Asante Kotoko holding on to cruise to a narrow 1-0 win.

The victory has seen the Porcupine Warriors club climb to 7th on the Ghana Premier League standings with 8 points.

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