Summary – Inter Allies 4-2 King Faisal – Accra:
It was a win at last, after four matches on the trot, Inter Allies FC bagged a 4-2 win over King Faisal at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday afternoon.
A beautiful one from Victorien Adebayor, brace from Samuel Armah and debut goal from Michael Gyamerah ensured our second win of the season was guaranteed.
Changes were made to the side that lost 1-0 to Great Olympics last weekend with Gockel Ahortor, Ernest Adu, Richmond Lamptey and Samuel Armah returning to the line up.
An early pressure paid off with Victorien Adebayor slotting in the opener just after a quarter of an hour gone in the game, his fifth goal in six games.
Samuel Armah made it 2-0 in the 36th minute, receiving a pass from the flanks and finishing it off calmly with a solo-effort.
The Capelli Boys went to recess with a very comfortable lead, however the story changed early in the second department of the game.
Osman Ibrahim reduced the deficit just 10 minutes from recess after George Apronti failed to handle a situation in the far end of the box.
Four minutes later, Mohammed Mustapha leveled things at the Accra Sports Stadium with a nice strike which deflected on its way in.
The visitors gained momentum and dominated until the final five minutes the game where Samuel Armah proved otherwise.
The striker was quick to connect a cross from the right to grab his brace on the after afternoon and his third of the campaign.
Substitute Michael Gyamerah put the icing on the cake with an injury time debut goal, rounding the goalkeeper in the process.
Inter Allies left the stadium with a 4-2 win.
Victorien Adje Adebayor was named the NASCO man of the match.