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Today In Sports History: Asante Kotoko crashed out of CAF Champions League by Senegalese Debutantes ASC Linguere

On this day 28 February 2010 (Exactly 14 years ago) Kumasi Asante Kotoko were crushed out of the CAF Champions League after losing 2-4 on penalties to Senegalese debutants ASC Linguere at the Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra.

The Porcupine Warriors who entered the game with high expectations managed to score two goals from Kabiru Moro and goalkeeper Isaac Amoako to tie up the game to two but could not get the killer goal when it mattered most and saw the game pushed to penalties, which the Senegalese proved their worth to cruise on to the next stage.

During the penalty shoot- out, keeper Amoako had his effort saved, whilst Ofosu Appiah’s kick flew past goal, before Francis Coffie and Gideon Baah scored for Kotoko but it was then too late.

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Papa Jamba Ndiaye, Mbaye Thiam, Seriguie Samba and Ndiaye scored for the Senegalese debutants, as they cruised on to the last 32 of the premier continental club championship.

The exit of Kotoko left Ghana with no representative in the CAF Inter Club competitions, as they were the only team that entered the competition.

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