Ghana’s Premier League team, Dreams FC, confirmed their advancement to the subsequent round of the CAF Confederation Cup following a triumphant display against Guinea’s Milo FC in the second leg of their encounter.
In the initial leg, Dreams FC effectively managed a 1-1 stalemate at the Lansana Conte Stadium. However, the return fixture posed a demanding trial for Coach Karim Zito’s squad.
Despite their “Still Believe” spirit, the team found themselves trailing 1-0 to Milo FC as the halftime whistle sounded.
Following the interval, Dreams FC executed a resurgence, with Agyenim Boateng converting a penalty to restore parity at 1-1.
Sealing their fate in the dramatic final moments of the match, the victors of the FA Cup witnessed experienced striker John Antwi finding the target in the 90th minute. This achievement secured their passage to the subsequent round, amassing a 3-2 aggregate scoreline across both legs.
In the forthcoming phase of the competition, Dreams FC will progress to face Sierra Leone’s Kallon FC.