Asante Kotoko suffered their second defeat in the CAF Confederation Cup yesterday after losing 3-1 to Zambia’s Nkana FC in their third Group C match.
With the first twenty minutes virtually being a balanced game, the hosts opened the scoring in the 21st minute after they were awarded a penalty.
Abdul Ganiu Ismail brought down forward Walter Bwalya inside the box and Freddy Tshimenga stepped up to score.
Burkina Faso import Songné Yacouba drew the Porcupine Warriors level with a blistering free-kick two minutes later.
Ronald Kampamba restored the lead for the Likulu side three minutes afterwards after connecting a headed pass from Bwalya.
Kampamba increased the lead for the home side in the 53rd minute after heading home a Gift Zulu cross.
The Zambian giants now lead the group with 6 points and will be traveling to Kumasi to tackle Asante Kotoko in their next feature next week.