Asante Kotoko SC intensified the chase for their first league domestic league trophy in five years with an historic win at the dreaded CAM Park in Nzema land.
The Porcupine Warriors shook off historic venue with a season changing 0-2 win over Karela United FC.
The Pride and Passion Boys officially opened the CAM Park on February 7, 2016 with a routine win over Sekondi Hasaacas and have since made it a waterloo.
An emphatic 62 wins from the official 65 matches sum how Karela United FC have dominated clubs at the CAM park in the last five calendar years.
On the fifth anniversary of the pitch, Asante Kotoko SC truncated the virginity of the grounds on the defeat table with two priceless goals.
Former Karela United FC defender, Imoru Ibrahim, poked home the opener before Kwame Poku confirmed the win with the game’s second and his seventh of the season.
The priceless win took Asante Kotoko SC to the summit of the league table to cap a remarkable turnaround for the title chasing Porcupine Warriors.
Asante Kotoko SC however remain unbeaten away from the home in the 2020/21 GHPL with some impressive wins on the road.
In the course of the 5 years unbeaten at the CAM park, only 36 goals were conceded by the home team whiles an impressive 212 goals were scored by Karela United FC.