The Eteki Esoh Memorial Sport Academy (EEMSA) have qualified for the South West mini inter pool after dismantling Future Dreams 5-1 in the ongoing south west triangular tournament.
The boys of coach Ekokobe Joseph did not take long to start the goal feast, as top scorer Bache Manfred became the Architect to Elvis Leku who scored the game’s opener at the 16 minute.
Being one goal down, strives were made by Future Dreams to get themselves back into the game but their responses looked illusive.
Hit man Bache Manfred came so closed to score the second for EEMSA, but failed to capitalize.
Future Dreams however, got themselves back into the game with Ebot Prince’s 36 minutes strike to give the side from Meme Division the equalizer.
Future Dreams to control over the but could not get the second, as it ended 1-1 at the interval.
With halftime talks, things looked indifferent from the first half, as Bache Manfred wasted no time to score his side’s second of the day at the 46 th minute to put EEMSA in front for the second time in the game. This was Bache Manfred’s 18 goal in 10 matches this season.
At this point, it was all EEMSA as the goal feast became a reality. Boris Woreku scored the third for EEMSA, after an assist from Brandon Magho at the 65 th minute.
The architect of two goals, Brandon Magho then scored his own share of the feast to put EEMSA 4-1 up at the 70th minute. Then comes Ketu Darry who put the icing on the cake to give EEMSA a 5-1 win over Future Dreams, as they walk freely into the mini inter pool.
The win means EEMSA have now scored 39 goals in the league so far, conceding just 6 goals, with Bache Manfred scoring almost half of their goals.
EEMSA becomes the seventh team to qualify for mini inter pool. The last slot will be determined on Wednesday July 14 with Buea United to take Future Dreams. A win for either side, will see them join EEMSA and the big six(Cinyodev FA, Continental FA, Best Stars Academy, LIFCA, Tiko United, and Nkamanyi FI) in this year’s south west mini inter pool.