The Cameroonian striker was very impressive as he scored a first half brace for the Porcupine Warriors against the debutants in the last game of matchday 20
Asante Kotoko striker George Mfegue ended his goal drought with a first half brace against Bibiani Gold Stars on matchday 20 of Ghana Premier League at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Ahead of the game, head coach Prosper Ogum Narteh made two changes in his starting line up to face Bibiani Gold Stars. Outcast Stephen Amankonah was surprisingly given the nod to start the game against Bibiani Gold Stars in Ghana Premier League for the first time in two months.
Mudasiru Salifu, who began the game against Bechem United on Tuesday, was dropped to the bench for Richmond Lamptey to start while Amankonah start in place of Samuel Boateng.
Cameroonian strikers Etuoga Mbella and George Mfegue started in attack for the Porcupine Warriors.
After a pulsating opening minutes, Mfegue benefited from a howler by Hold Stars goalkeeper Ernest Adu to slot home the opening goal by the 23rd minute.
The goalkeeper failed to deal with a feeble cross from Imoro Ibrahim and Mfegue shot in the goal.
Few minutes later, Etouga set up Mfegue to score his second of the day with a wonderful finish.
After the break, Augustine Agyapong added another goal from a long range. The youngster’s shot took a deflection from a Gold Stars player and went past goalkeeper Adu.
Etouga benefitted from a penalty to score his 14th goal of the season after Gold Stars defender handled the ball in the box.
Substitute Samuel Boateng wrapped up the game with a nice finish very late few minutes after coming on.
Mfegue, who was substituted in the course of the game due to injury concerns, joined his teammates to celebrate the win.
Asante Kotoko XI vs Gold Stars:
Danlad Ibrahim, Augustine Agyapong, Imoro Ibrahim, Ganiu Ismail, Yussif Mubarik, Richard Boadu ‘Agadas’, Sherrif Mohammed, Stephen Amankonah, Richmond Lamptey, George Mfegue, Mbella Etouga