Asante Kotoko drew 1-1 with Premier league side Medeama SC in a friendly exercise on Wednesday at the Essipong stadium.
Winger Emmanuel Gyamfi shot the porcupine Warriors in front in the 29th minute with a spectacular strike which beat Goalkeeper Ofori Antwi but Ibrahim La struck two minutes from stoppage time to draw Medeama level.
The game forms part of CK Akonnor’s side preparations for the Confederation cup campaign with an unknown Cameroonian club.
The game was fairly balanced with both sides taking turns dominate possession, though Emmanuel Agyemang Badu received a knock to his eyes before the break and was substituted and rushed to the hospital.
Coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor made three changes in the second half as Abdul Safiu Fatau, Martin Antwi and Maxwell Baako replaced Obed Owusu, Emmanuel Gyamfi and Frederick Boateng respectively as Medeama coach, Samuel Boadu, also made eight changes at the other end.
Medeama pressed hard in the dying embers of the game and drew in the 88th minute through Emmanuel La’s close-range shot after the ball fell into his path during a goalmouth melee.
The game was the last for the Porcupines in their 10-day training camp at Essipong.
The game, which followed a 2-0 win over division-two side Unicon FC, forms part of the preparations for the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round matches.