Donsu two goals win the day for Medeama

Akwasi Donsu powered Medeama SC to the semi final stage of the MTN FA Cup with two sensational late free kick goals to cap a workaholic day for the midfielder.
The former cup winner endured a strenuous day to make a comeback after conceding first when Mumuni Zakaria sneaked from behind to head in a free kick from Martin Antwi.
The Yellow and Mauves failed in all their attempts to equalize in the first half amid the avalanche of chances especially from Donsu.
WAFA goalkeeper Razak Abalora made two saves after taking the lead to a Kwame Boahene close range ball with a diving punch and an anticipation to cover a ball from the feet of defender Ishmael Hammond.
The dominance of Medeama continued but Conney Idan and Boahene missed their attempt with a shot and a header respectively.
Donsu came close with a volley from the edge of the box and Conney missed goal with a connecting touch to Boahene’s tee up.
Abalora again saved a near post shot from Zutah before Donsu fluffed a chance inside the box for the break.
Coach John Kila substituted Richard Lamptey for Majeed Ashimeru in the second half and the sub subsequently created an opening for a second goal but was woefully missed by Samuel Tetteh.
Ashimerus dribbled two players in the midfield to release the ball to Zakaria who broke out to set up a one on one witn Foli. With the opportunity to score himself,Zakaria chose to cut back the ball to Tetteh at the back post and the striker free and alone blew his tap away from the free net from 9 yards.
The academy team were in their famous style of sweet passing and movements. However the never ending incursions from Medeama would break their hold someway then.
Malik Akowuah curled a free kick for Zutah to head home the equalizer with 22 minutes to full time.
Goalie Abalora made more saves to deny Jacob Appau in a goal mouth melee and tipping away a header from Donsu.
The best show was saved for the last. A free kick was awarded Medeama and this time Akowuah allowed Donsu to effect it. From that 25 yard dead ball,Donsu steadily walked to fire a fantastic goal as Abalora was kept ball watching.
At the other end,Zakaria forced Foli to make a save to his free kick too and the game was all to be wrapped up in an incredible fashion and again from set piece.
Akwasi Donsu stood behind the ball with a cool head from 22 yards and in similar move like his first goal,he drove a superb thunderbolt shot over the human wall for a personal second and the third for his club.
Medeama will face Hearts of Oak in the semi final at the Robert Mensah stadium in Cape Coast.