Inter Allies qualified to the next stage of the 2015 MTN FA Cup with a comfortable 4-1 thrashing over lower tier side King Solomon.

Fredrick Boateng grabbed a brace with Imoro Adams and Simon Martey scoring the other two as Paa Kwesi Fabin’s men started this year’s competition on a bright note.

It took the Eleven Is To One 28 minutes to break the deadlock after attempting several times. Simon Martey delivered a tailored measured corner kick to Fredrick Boateng who neatly headed home his first official goal for the club.

Tirelessly, Inter Allies held onto the slender lead until the end of the first half. King Solomon returned very strongly as they quickly after recess. Miss communication between Frank Andoh and his central defenders allowed Alex Tawiah to level matters.

Imoro Adams then restored the lead on the 71st minute. Simon Martey stole the ball from midfield and sent Imoro Adams through on goalĀ  for a beautiful finish.

Finally on a good day for the stand in captain, Martey got his goal with a beautiful one-on-one finish.

To put the icing on the cake, Boateng scored his second after he made an impressive run to tap in from Imoro Adams down short cross to seal victory.

Inter Allies have now made it to Round 32 and awaits the draw for the next opponent.

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