Asante Kotoko SC and Aduana Stars FC revised the laws of Association at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Park in one of the most dramatic games in recent times.
The two powerhouses in Ghana football decided to field 10 players for the start of the game under the inspiration of African electronics only for Samuel Bioh to strike a dramatic goal deep into added time.
Paul Wilson Tando and Maxwell Kwabena Konadu named eleven players on their team sheets each but ended up playing the entire first half with 10 players with Farouk Adams and Martin Antwi waiting on the touch lines.
The last two players waited for the other to grace the pitch before and ended watching the entire first half on the touch lines.
Asante Kotoko SC, having never scored a league goal at the NAB I park, opted for psychological games by leaving Martin Antwi on the touch line.
Their counterparts, Aduana Stars FC, also decided to leave Farouk Adams on the lines for the entirety of the first half.
Both players graced the pitch in the second half of the game with the scores pegged at 0-0.
Kwame Baah kept his place between the sticks and defended his place as the number one goalkeeper for the Reds with some outstanding saves.
Yahaya Mohamed asked all the questions in front of his teaming fan base only to meet an inspired Baah between the sticks.
Asante Kotoko SC then upped their game in search of their first league goal at the dreaded pitch in 10 years only to meet a human wall screening the goal post.
Destined to end 0-0 amidst the dramatic scenes, Samuel Bioh popped up deep into injury time and sent the home fans into frenzy mood with a well deserved goal.
It was a goal that capped the drama packed game at the NAB I Park as Yahaya Mohammed dropped into the second place on the goal king race.