|Date||Time||League||Season||Match Day||Full Time|
|February 15, 2021||6:00 pm||Ghana Premier League (GPL)||2020-2021||14||90'|
|Accra Sports Stadium - Osu|
|Accra Sports Stadium, Starlets 91 Road, Ministries, Victoriaborg, Greater Accra Region, 0302, Ghana|
Legon Cities and King Faisal left the best for last when both sides produced two incredible goals in the last 10 minutes of their Ghana Premier League Week 14 encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium.
King Faisal will be cursing their stars fro not hitting the back of the net in the first 45 minutes of the game, having dominated the entire proceedings with a command of the midfield,.
The Insha Allah boys missed clear goal scoring opportunities from Kwame Frimpong who led their attack, It was a night Legon Cities could not push the ball upfront, allowing their guest to dictate the focus of play.
Kwame Peprah got the first chance at goal in before 10 minutes, but his header could not enter the net, allowing the crawling Selorm Huno to come back for the ball.
That was not enough for the Kumasi based side who kept putting pressure on their host, who had a slow evening, with an improvised midfield role for Nicholas Mensah and Francis Addo.
On the other side of play, Jonah Attuquaye and Baba Mahama combined to produce an effective attack that only ended in the hands of the Faisal keeper.
The two teams played an improved game in the second half, attacking each other in an attempt to the get the match winner, however, it had to take them more than 80 minutes before they could find the back of the net, when Kwame Peprah took a ball at the right side of the Lewgon Cities defence, dribbled pass the defender, before releasing to Wadudu Yakubu who unleashed a shot that beat Goalkeeper Huno in post.
The goal did not deter the Royals, who massed up in attack for the equalizer, and with persistent instruction on the touch lines by Bashir Hayford, Cepahs Doku who had just been introduced into the game produced a magical moment with a curling shot from more than 30 yards to beak Kaisan in goal for King Faisal FC.
That was certainly enough for the two sides who had to settle for a 1-1 draw