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2022/23 MTN FA Cup: Dreams beat Skyy FC 2-1, reach final for the first time

Dreams FC have qualified to the final of the 2022/23 MTN FA Cup after beating Skyy FC 2-1 at Kwame Kyei Sports Complex in Abrankese on Saturday.

The Still Believers dominated and had a 2-0 lead in the first half and Sky scored to boost their chances of levelling before half time.

But in the second half, Dreams held on well defensively and in midfield to book their spot in the final.

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Abdul Karim Zito trusted Ali Huzaf to lead the attack for Dreams.

For Skyy FC gaffer Christian Lokko, Eric Antwi Konadu started as well as Akwasi Sarpong.

Dreams broke the deadlock through Sylvester Simba in the 2nd minute of the game.

Skyy had the moment to equalize from the penalty spot but Baba Hamadu Musah missed.

And Dreams made no mistakes in doubling their lead in the 18th minute through striker Huzaif Ali.

The Ghana Premier League side preserved their two-goal lead and looked set to head into half time.

But Skyy pulled one back to boost their confidence for the second half. Eric Antwi Konadu’s goal in the 38th minute was just what they needed for the second half.

After the break, Skyy kept pursuing the leveller but Dreams looked more resolute in defence and controlled most portions of the game.

In the final 10 minutes, the side from Daboase went high on the pitch for their second goal but it just was not happening.

Now one victory from a first-ever FA Cup title, Dreams await to face the winner of the aecond semifinal clash between Nsoatreman FC and King Faisal scheduled for the same venue on Sunday.



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