MATCH REPORT:  Dreams FC 1-0 Asante Kotoko - Dwubeng silences Kotoko with his late strike Featured
15 Apr

MATCH REPORT: Dreams FC 1-0 Asante Kotoko - Dwubeng silences Kotoko with his late strike

A late goal from George Dwubeng handed the 'Still Believe' lads their third victory of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season.
Dreams FC managed to beat Asante Kotoko in their Ghana Premier League week seven encounter on Sunday afternoon.
The Dawu-based club recorded a 1-0 home victory over the Porcupine Warriors at the Theater of Dreams in Dawu.
The two teams displayed brilliant passes which made the game balance in the early minutes.
Zuberu Sharani nearly found the opener for Dreams in the third minute but it was cleared by the Kotoko defenders.
Striker Frederick Boateng wanted to announce his presence in the 15th minute but his strike was fisted by goalkeeper Isaac Amoako.
With Prince Acquah and Jackson Owusu in the middle for the Porcupine Warriors made it a difficult task for Dreams to posses the game with their brilliant passes.
Both sides failed to find the back of the net despite the set-pieces and numerous chances created as the first department of the match ended in a scoreless draw.
After the break, Asante Kotoko gained possession in the early minutes as Obed Owusu's thunderbolt strike was saved by goalkeeper Isaac Amoako.
Goalkeeper Felix Annan was called to duty in the 80th minute after Eric Gawu tried his luck to get Dreams the opener.
Substitute George Dwubeng powered Dreams FC to victory over Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin's side with his lone strike in the 88th minute of the game.
Dreams FC have moved to fifth position with 11 points as Asante Kotoko lies seventh with 10 points after match-day seven of the Ghana Premier League.
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