NC Special Competition: Paul Abanga warms the bench to see Inter Allies beat WAFA



Inter Allies Football Club in soo many games failing to record a win in the second round of the NC special cup, got relieved after beating WAFA at the Tema stadium on match day 13.

The Scientific Soccer Lads from a goal down put up a good fight to beat Sogakope side WAFA 4-2 on Sunday.

The travellers having netted the opener as early as the 18th minute through Justice Amate low drive, had a quick respond from Allies. Michel Otou cancelled WAFA goal with a very powerful long range shoot in the 24th minute to melt the opponent.

Inter Allies despite falling short on their defenses, had no choice than to hold unto the immediate morale to lead before break.

An enigmatic bicycle kick by attacking midfielder Samuel Armah was enough to lead 2-1 before the second stanza got recessed.

Four minutes into the second half, the homers wouldn’t just calm down on the Academy Boys, as Fuseini Mohammed got the third goal for Inter Allies.

With the intensity of the game growing, each player of both teams got into the books of the center-man having seen 7-minutes into the second half.

Ibrahim Abukari later converted from the spot to have his side move with just a goal deficit, 3-2. Forward Dan Amanfo could have made it four for the homers but had the shot stopper, Ahmad Shaibu dealing with it.

From midfield possessions, Allies were dominant. And despite leading, kept pushing for goals. Their domimance paid off for Samuel Armah to record a brace, netting his side fourth goal of the game.

After delightful 90 minutes soccer fiesta, Inter Allies won by 4-2.

Having dependable right full back Paul Abanga unused though was at the bench for the Soccer Lads.

Inter Allies in their next game will trek to Elmina to face Elmina Sharks at the Ndoum Stadium.

Story by Kolog Bonaventure


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