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Match Report- Karela United 2-1 Kotoku Royals

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On Sunday, February 12 2023 at CAM Park, Karela United defeated Kotoku Royals 2-1 to get back on the winning track. Kotoku Royals were in danger of being relegated.

Shaibu Tanko’s boys were hoping to recover from their 2-0 defeat to Gold Stars at Dun’s Park, and they responded positively by taking an early lead on 12 minutes through Kharim Ayeh.

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The home side’s celebrations were cut short as Royals equalized six minutes later through Richard Dzikoe.

Karela were awarded a penalty in the 35th minute which was converted by Evans Adomako to restore their lead.

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The two sides went on half-time with the score at 2-1.

The second half produced no goals as Karela held on to their goal advantage to secure all three points at home.

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The Pride and Passion are 2 points above the relegation zone after the win. Kotoku Royals remain at the foot of the League standings.


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