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An injury-time header from a corner kick conceded by Asante Kotoko was the goal that gave Berekum Chelsea a vital win at the Golden City Park on Saturday.

Unmarked Mizack Afriyie jumped to connect to the corner kick to give his side the maximum points.

It was a Matchday 30 encounter in the Ghana Premier League with a resurgent Kotoko side seeking to extend their unbeaten run.

Striker Steven Mukwala registered his name on the scoring sheet yet again after weeks of drought following his sliding header from a cross in the first half.

The course of the game favoured the visitors until Cameroonian goalkeeper Moise Pouaty conceded a penalty after he was adjudged by referee Andrews Awurisa as hitting a Chelsea player.

Striker Stephen Amankona made no mistake with the spot kick as he converted it to equalise for the Blues, extending his goal tally to 13.

It was after then that the home side put the visitors on the backdoor with attacks upon attacks, breaking through at the death of full-time.

The Porcupine Warriors will return home for a crucial encounter with archrivals Hearts of Oak next week while Chelsea travel down south to play Great Olympics, in Matchday 31.