Tony Lokko admitted that extra motivation was the key element in his side’s 4-2 victory over King Faisal on Matchday 7.
A brace from Samuel Armah lit up the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday afternoon as the Capelli Boys bagged their second win of the season in a six-goal thriller.
The boss at the Post Match press conference revealed his side were very determined ahead of the game.
“Actually we took this game as a do and die affair to make sure we pick up the 3points.”
“Tactically we came into the game very strongly with a lot of transformation in the team, bringing in some new players on board and it really worked,” He said.
Inter Allies netted four times on the day making the team the second highest goal scoring side in the league after seven games.
The boss was also asked if this was a sign of improvement infront of goal:
’’In almost all the matches we have created a lot of chances which we don’t score. This time around we were able to bury the chances that came our way though we missed some. We have been able to correct our mistakes and we had the results today.”