Ghanaian striker Kenneth Asamoah struck twice to steer his team to a 4-2 win over Toto African in a Vodacom Premier League match at the National Stadium on Wednesday.

He now tops the scoring with seven goals, one ahead of John Boko of Azam, and two ahead of Simba’s Ugandan striker Emmanuel Okwi.

Asamoah's double and two more goals from midfielder Haruna Niyonzima and striker Jerry Tegete in the poorly attended match enabled the titleholders to go third in the league table for at least 24 hours.

Yanga had to wait until the 18th minutes to break the stalemate through Niyonzima.

Toto African, one of the less fancied teams that made a bright start to the season, were far from impressive yesterday.

It came as no surprise when Yanga made it 2-0 three minutes later through a superb header by Asamoah off a neat pass by Shamte Ally.

In the 15th minute, Tegete, a son of Toto African’s head coach John Tegete, stretched the hosts’ lead with a tricky shot for a 3-0 half time lead.

It was the striker’s first goal this season.

On resumption, Toto African came out a more aggressive side and pulled one back in the 82nd minute through Mohammed Soud.

Celebrations that greeted the goal had hardly died down when Asamoah came into the picture again in the 85th minute, this time with a sizzling shot.

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Readers Comment

  • He-goat 7 years ago

    Tanza ..... what? Eeeeei Nigeria would have been better for you my brother Asamoah. Leave there now.

  • William Ofori-Attah, U.S.A 7 years ago

    If you do not start somewhere, you will not get somewhere.

  • nana 7 years ago

    What's the name of the team they defeated? Toto African? Heheheehe

  • maxob4 7 years ago

    aaah!!!!!!!! what Africa????? vERY Funny!!!!!!!!!!!!! masa come home you will get better recognition than in Toto whatever.. hmmmmmmmmm AS3M

  • AA 7 years ago

    Toto African;say it in Ga... is what?

  • Collinto papa 7 years ago

    No translate in Twi rather. Very funny, right?

  • Sisledge 7 years ago

    Thnk u William if u do not start somewhere u will not get somewhere period...Wtr Tanzania is poor or not that is where God took him to.Keep shinning and God bless u

  • stinger 7 years ago

    this guy used to play in Serbia. moving to Tanzania will definitely for a reason. At least I know the Tanzanian league is far better than the Ghanaian league.

  • Infinity 6 years ago

    I lov tanznian league

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