GPLWK6: King Faisal’s Zubairu Ibrahim scores hat-trick to nail Kotoko 3 : 2
The tie at the top is gradually breaking after King Faisal’s Zubairu Ibrahim scored three goals to nail the Ghana Premier League leaders Kumasi Asante Kotoko by 3 goals to 2 at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on Sunday.
Kotoko went into the match with a hundred percent record after five matches and sits comfortably at the top of the League log.
High-flying King Faisal was second on the log and was highly motivated going into Kumasi derby.
Faisal opened the scoring in the 3rd minute of the game courtesy Zubairu Ibrahim. He got his brace and second for King Faisal in the 17minute.
Kotoko started the second half with determination and a lot of energy and it paid off with a penalty in the 3rd minute into the second and it was cool planted at the back of the net by George Mfegue.
A determined King Faisal increased their tally in the 68th minute, which was the third goal for Ibrahim.
In the 74th minute, George Mfegue got his brace and second for Kotoko, and that is how it ended in the Kumasi derby.
Source: africaneditors.com/Raymond Karvi
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