Botswanian club Notwane Fc of Liberian Striker Benjamin Sarkoh has progressed to the next round of the Orange FA Cup in that Country after a two one come back victory .
The away team was led in the entire first half one zero at the UDC field in Gaborone over the weekend.
However the visitors hope came alive after the introduction of spectacular striker Benjamin Sarkoh from the bench as he made just few minutes to turn the home fans against  their own  players with his dazzling  and usual tactics and skills on the pitch.
Due to his mounting pressure and team work spirit ,Red Sparks one zero lead was cancelled in the 74th minute of the game by a header from the game changer Benjamin Sarkoh.
Sarkoh fast  cut inside  the eighteen yard box of the home side saw him well placed for a clever killer pass from his team mate Kgaatshoo to level the score line,one all,his first in the Orange FA Cup for Notwane Fc since joining  the team on loan,a month and a half ago from Township Rollers.
The away side show class and power after their equalizer from Benjamin and kept the intense pressure on Red Sparks defense until they got the winner minutes after from Sarkoh’s West African counterpart: Ishmael Amponsah of Ghana as the away fans took up the cheering from inside the UDT field in the Botswanian capital,Gaborone until the end of the final whistle from the referee.
The win for Ben’s s loan club now paves their way for the next round of the Orange FA Cup in that Country.
Ben in a telephone interview at  the climax of the game said it was a dramatic come back for them as he thanked his colleagues and fans for always supporting him and the team in general assuring them also that by the grace of God his performance will improve in every match.
 Meanwhile the club will return to league action next Sunday against Prison Fc.
Since joining Loan Club Notwane fc in early February of 2019 from Township Rollers, the Liberian Striker has played six games and has so far collected three goals, four assists both as a starter and from the bench.
He’s been branded by fans as the Club’s wonder kid and game changer.

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