Ghana’s sole representative in the CAF Confederations Cup, Aduana Stars, have been knocked out of the competition following a surprising home to defeat to ASEC Mimosas in Dormaa on Sunday.
Aduana conceded two goals in the first half of the game after the Ivorian side had dominated play to draw first blood through a spot-kick after just 24 minutes of play.
Braciano Ta Bi netted from a well-worked move to ensure ASEC were well cushioned with a two-goal lead.
Aduana Stars returned stronger and much more aggressive in the second half knocking on the doors of ASEC for an equalizer but failed to find a way back into the game.
The result leaves the DRC side at the top with 10 points; Raja is second with eight points, and ASEC have now moved up to third with six points.
Aduana Stars will head to Morocco to face Raja Casablanca while ASEC will be at home to Vita in Abidjan to wrap up play in group A.