Samuel Ofori opened the scoring for Nsoatreman early in the second half, but Bismark Asare pulled parity for Tamale City from the spot as the game went into extra time, in which Nsoatreman prevailed.
The first half of the game was very cagey and ugly with some bad tackles, but referee Daniel Laryea maintained discipline on the field of play with numerous yellow cards shown. There were
no clear-cut chances were created in the first half as the game was very intense with both sides not leaving any spaces at the back.
The second half produced some intriguing action from both sides, and it was Ofori who gave Nsoatreman the lead with a close-range finish in the 57th minute.
Bismarck Asare pulled parity for Tamale City after Referee Daniel Laryea adjudged a penalty incident against Nsoatreman.
Tamale City found the momentum after levelling the scores and looked the more likely side to score the next goal, but Nsoatreman held on the firm as the game went into extra time. Asante stepped up with a stunning 25-yard strike to give Nsoatreman the edge in the 99th minute of the first half of extra time as his side held on to win the match.