The first Super Clash of the 2022/23 betPawa Premier League season ended in a stalemate at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday, September 25.
Caleb Amankwah scored late in the game to secure a point for Hearts of Oak and ensure the Phobians avoid a second defeat this season.
Asante Kotoko were the better side in the first half of the game as they created loads of chances to go ahead but the forwards could not utilise the opportunities that came their way.
10 minutes after recess, the home team found the back of the net through centre-back, Yusif Mubarik. The defender was the closest to hitting into the net after the ball had come off the goalpost from a Kotoko set-piece.
Kotoko should have scored more goals as the game continued with Steve Mukwala and Isaac Oppong all being put through on goal.
But just like the opening half, there were unable to convert the chances, keeping Hearts in the game.
Then with just a little over four minutes to go, the Rainbow club found their equaliser through Caleb Amankwah.
The versatile player reacted the quickest from a cross near the penalty area and headed past Danlad Ibrahim in goal for Kotoko.
Both teams were not able to add to the score in the four minutes of time added on as the game ended 1-1.
The fixture was Kotoko’s first game in the Premier League this season and Hearts’ third of the campaign, having lost and drawn their opening two.
- Asamoah Gyan’s run, Bagbin’s dance and Black Stars fans’ clean-up as fans celebrate S. Korea win in style
- Paa Kwesi Schandorf: 5 things Otto Addo must fix after our game with South Korea
- 2022 World Cup: Mohammed Kudus inspires Black Stars to beat South Korea
- Norway Appeal Court dismisses Oslo chancery building case against Ghana
- Social media reacts to Black Stars line-up against South Korea
- Police arrest 7 gunmen who stormed hospital in attempt to kill teen
- MTN Ghana to deactivate over 5.7 million subscribers SIM cards
- ADB appoints Yakubu-Tali as new MD
- 2022 World Cup: Andre Ayew, Kudus could miss Uruguay clash with yellow cards against South Korea
- Policy rate hits 27%; loans to become more expensive
- Trading gold for oil will lead to depletion of forest reserves – ASEPA
- Doctor advocates Kangaroo Mother Care to keep preterm babies warm
- 2023 budget was designed for the bourgeoisie, no hope for industry – Anthony Morrison
- ‘Council of State is receiving more money than the Food and Agric Ministry’ – Joe Jackson
- Infrastructural development, reforms not adequate – Torgbuiga Adzonugaga Amenya Fiti V
- Africa Faith and Justice Network supports victims of child marriage
- Meteo predicts intense dry weather conditions in coming days
- Government’s decision to withdraw FX support for rice imports not well thought through – Senyo Hosi
- GHOSPA petitions NHIA to revise prices of medicines
- 2023 budget mere rhetoric, without real substance to it – Senyo Hosi
- National Vaccine Institute is 95 per cent complete – Dr Nsiah-Asare
- Ghana Science Association calls for application for Young Scientist Essay Challenge 2022
- Akufo-Addo congratulates Black Stars for South Korea’s defeat
- 2022 FIFA WC: Ghanaians should expect more from us – Gideon Mensah after Ghana’s win
- Playback: PM Express discuss the 2023 Budget