Ghana Premier League: Dreams FC 2-0 Asante Kotoko – Porcupines woe deepen in Dawu


Asante Kotoko faced another setback as Dreams FC handed them a 2-0 defeat in Dawu on Sunday afternoon, extending their winless streak to seven games, with six losses in a row.

Dreams FC, who were also struggling and in the relegation zone before the match, managed to turn things around with a remarkable performance, lifting themselves out of the drop zone. They still have two games left to play, which could further improve their position in the Ghana Premier League.

On the other hand, Kotoko, who started the season strong and finished the first round in second place, are now dangerously close to the relegation zone. The team’s poor form has led to increased pressure from fans calling for the dismissal of coach Prosper Ogum.

Midfielder Sylvester Simba scored the opening goal for Dreams FC after 25 minutes with a deflected shot, followed by Derrick Agyei’s goal, securing the victory for Dreams.

Despite having more possession, Kotoko struggled to create scoring opportunities, managing only five attempts on goal and two shots on target.

Dreams FC showed professionalism and determination, earning their first league win in seven matches.

Their focus now shifts to the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup semi-final against Zamalek in Cairo on April 21.

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