King Faisal coach Andy Sinasson says he was confident his side could come from behind to win the game against Berekum Chelsea in this matchday 11 fixture played at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
King Faisal staged one of the greatest comebacks in the history of the Ghana Premier League as they overturned three goals to beat Berekum Chelsea 4-3 on matchday 11 of the Ghana Premier League on Saturday afternoon at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
The Berekum lads had a good start to the game and capitalised on early opportunities to score three goals in 20 minutes.
Paul Attah Adjei opened the scoring for Berekum Chelsea in the ninth minute with the first shot on target in the game after the King Faisal defense went to sleep.
Berekum Chelsea increased the lead in the 13th minute after Stephen Amankonaa beat the King Faisal defender and hit a drive to beat the goalkeeper
Paul Adjei Attah scored his second goal of the game with a beautiful strike to beat the King Faisal goalkeeper from his far right as Chelsea made it 3-0.
Kwame Peprah scored from the spot to reduce the deficit for King Faisal from the penalty in the 39th minute.
King Faisal threw more men upfront and dominated play in the second half as they chased for the equalizer.
Frimpong Boateng hit a lovely strike from 40 yards to get the second goal for King Faisal in 56th minute as they pushed for the equalizer.
Kwame Nino Peprah got the equalizer for King Faisal in the 78th minute with a beautiful strike to record his second goal of the game.
Peprah got his hat-trick late in the game to secure the win for the Insha Allah boys.
It was his seventh goal of the season in the ongoing campaign.
Speaking at the post-match, Andy Sinason said, “I told you that we were going to win this game. The way we create chances I was confident we were going to score more goals. When we were down by three goals, I had to change tactics and I was confident we will bounce back”.
The victory is also King Faisal’s second home win of the season.