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.‬

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