Ghanaian midfielder Joachim Adukor has won the Bosnia and Herzegovina football Cup with FK Sarajevo after they defeated FK Borac 4-1 on penalties on Wednesday night.
The crucial final failed to produce a goal after the full regulation time, pushing the match to extra time which also produced no goal.
The match had to be decided with penalty shootouts and Adukor’s Sarajevo scored four goals against the hosts who scored only one of their four kicks to win the 2020/21 Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup.
Adukor, 28, was handed a starting ole and as usual, he hit top form, bossing the midfield throughout the game to help his side win the title.
It was a match between the old and the new champions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the teams that occupy the first two positions on the league table.
Before Wednesday’s final, the two teams had met on 72 occasions with Sarajevo winning 34 games, while Borac had recorded 18 victories, and the remaining 20 games ending without a winner.
Joackim Adukor has been one of Sarajevo’s top performers this season. So far, he has capped 14 times this season in the league for FK Sarajevo.