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Kotoko assistant coach Dickson Ocloo praises side for resilience in Cities scalp [+MATCH HIGHLIGHTS]

Asante Kotoko assistant coach David Ocloo is elated over their triumph against Legon Cities on match-week 12 of the Ghana Premier League.

The Porcupines fought back from a goal down in the first half to win 3-1 at the Sogakope Park on Saturday afternoon.

Nasiru Moro scored with a sublime free-kick for Cities in the 27th minute and Kotoko drew level with an own goal in the 67th minute.

The Reds led from Steven Mukwala’s goal in the 75th minute after a fine pass from Richmond Lamptey.

Kotoko extended the margin in the 94th minute with Joseph Amoako to win their fourth game of the season.

“Its a good win for us. We had to react in the second half and we did because we told the boys their 1-0 was nothing.

“The victory is dedicated to my boss, Dr. Narteh Ogum. The pep talk at half time was marvelous amd it really motivated the lads and they pushed on.

“The substitutions, the dedication in the second half and the fight gave us this win.

“I thank Dr. Ogum him for this opportunity and this win is also dedicated to the fans.”

Kotoko have now won four, drawn four and lost four in their twelve games so far in the league.

Up next in the Berekum Chelsea at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. But before Chelsea, there’s the FA Cup game against Nations FC.

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