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Prince Tagoe tastes defeat in Ettifaq's Champions League opener

Prince Tagoe tastes defeat in Ettifaq's Champions League opener

Prince Tagoe didn't play enough to make a meaningful impact

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana striker Prince Tagoe was on the losing side as Al Ettifaq were downed by a lone goal in their opening Asian Champions League game against Pakhtakor on Tuesday.

A 73rd minute strike by Temurkhuja Abdukholikov was enough to hand the first leg advantage to the Uzbekistani club.

Tagoe had little time to make a significant contribution as he came in late in the second half to replace Ahmed Kano.

The former Ghana Premier League top scorer is yet to score for Ettifaq in a competitive match since arriving on loan in January.

The 26-year-old scored four goals in four friendly games towards the resumption of the Saudi top flight.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Ghanasoccernet sucks says:

    Prince Tagoe tastes defeat and so what should we do?eat his shit or what?Ass holes.

  2. Gv us the details of Gh league when ever they are playing