Berekum Chelsea were held to a 0-0 draw by Coton Sport at home in the CAF Champions League final qualifying round first leg tie on Sunday.
The Ghanaian champions were frustrated by the defensive game plan hatched by Coton Sport’s French coach Robert Boivon.
Striker Emmanuel Clottey had two opportunities in the first half but he looked jaded and mis-fired such to the surprise of the fans.
The best chance fell to diminutive Solomon Asante who wriggled his way into the box but skied the perfect opportunity.
Chelsea face a daunting task to qualify to the money zone of the competition in the second leg in a fortnight.
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