Ghana giant Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC came from behind to beat newbies Samartex FC 2-1 in the Ghana Premier League to bounce back to winning ways.
The opening 45 minutes of the match failed to produce enough good goal scoring opportunities with Kotoko hitting the post and being the better team with no luck.
Kotoko went down to an early second-half goal when Samartex struck first through Prince Antwi four minutes into the second half of the match.
After a goalless draw first half, Prince Antwi scored four minutes after recess to give Samartex FC the lead.
The Porcupines showed character and rescued the game by uplifting their performance after going down.
Youngster Nicholas Mensah equalized in the 78th minute to restore parity for the a determined and a resilient Kotoko team.
Another youngster Augustine Agyepong also found the back of the Samartex FC net in the 86th minute to seal a 2-1 win for his team.
This is Kotoko’s third win of the season which takes them to 10 ponts from five matches.