Posted On Wednesday, 10th April 2013
Asante Kotoko appeased their fans with a convincing 3-0 victory over Rainbow FC at the Baba Yara Stadium in an MTN Ghana FA Cup fourth round tie.
The Porcupine Warriors were made to lick their wounds at home when they painfully exited the CAF Champions League on the away-goals rule.
Kotoko knew only victory over the second-tier side will placate their fans who are still fuming over their inability to go far in Africa.
Defender Kwabena Edusei converted a spot-kick to open the scoring before goals from David Offei and Siedu Bancey.
Kotoko’s progress increases the number of Ghana Premier League clubs in the quarter-final stage to six.
On Tuesday, Amidaus Professionals recorded a similar score line victory Guan United at home.
Heart of Lions, Hearts of Oak, Medeama and Aduana qualified at the weekend.
Second-tier sides Eleven Wise and Gold Stars are also through and ready for the draw.