It took an army of soldiers to guide to make way for Asante Kotoko players before they could easily board their bus and leave since supporters were too excited and wanted to have a feel of their stars
Asante Kotoko defeated Dreams FC 2-0 on matchday eighteen of Ghana Premier League at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday and it was all joyful moment after the game.
There was no hue or cry but rather unending jubilation from the supporters and one would have to understand them at a point.
Their club has now opened up a ten-point gap between them and Bechem United who sit second place while they are fourteen points ahead of their bitterest rivals Hearts of Oak.
The dream of winning the Premier League title this season seems to gradually becoming a reality and the supporters wanted to have enough time to celebrate the win with their players.
It was Cameroonian striker Etouga Mbella who scored the first goal after 72 minutes of an end to end action where Kotoko could’ve gone down by two goals or more if Dreams FC were more purposeful upfront.
Etouga added another goal by 82nd minute after a through pass from Richmond Lamptey. Although, his initial shot was denied by the goal post, he was at the right place at the right time to tap in the rebound.
The Porcupine Tertiary Group, who were vociferous throughout the game, continued with their JAMA session even after full time until the players joined them in celebration.
Kotoko now have 40 points after 18 games, ten points above Bechem United and Aduana Stars who are in second and third position respectively.