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Heartbreak as Ghanaian Champions Kotoko Suffers CAF Champions League Elimination After Defeat to Kadiogo
- Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been eliminated from the CAF Champions League by Burkina Faso club RC Kadiogo
- The Ghanaian were beaten on penalties at the Kumasi Baba Yara stadium as they disappointingly bow out of the competition
- Asante Kotoko will now switch their attention to the Ghana Premier League while Kadiogo face AS Vita in the second round
Asante Kotoko have been booted out of the CAF Champions League after a penalty shootout defeat to Burkinabe side RC Kadiogo.
The Ghanaian champions were stunned at home after Kadiogo scored early through a brilliant freekick from Bassika Syla.
Kotoko huffed and puffed as they chase an equalizer, but the visitors defended resolutely to keep the Reds at bay.
The game ended 1-0 as the Burkinabe side levelled the tie, forcing the game to penalties shootout.
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Asante Kotoko missed three from the spot as RC Kadiogo scored three of their penalty kicks to progress to the next stage.
RC Kadiogo will next face Congolese giants AS Vita in the second round of the CAF Champions League.
The Reds have now lost in all penalties shootouts at continental level.
Alhaji Grusah blasts Asante Kotoko for branding Otumfuo Osei Tutu on jerseys
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that bankroller of Ghana Premier League side, King Faisal Babies, Alhaji Karim Grusah, has blasted champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko for printing the image of the club's patron, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II on their new jersey.
Asante Kotoko unveiled their new jersey this week with the image of Otumfuo boldly imprinted on the jersey, as they celebrate his Royal Majesty.
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Alhaji Grusah, who was speaking on Kessben FM in Kumasi, described the move by the Porcupine Warriors as primitive and uncivilized.
Pitso Mosimane describes Baba Yara Sports Stadium as slaughter house
The Baba Yara Stadium is home to the most successful Ghanaian club, Asante Kotoko, and was in the past a dreaded and feared grounds for visitors.
Mosimane, who was reacting to a fan's request for him to join Asante Kotoko, shared his relationship with the club, having signed two players from the Porcupine Warriors.