‪Summary – Liberty Professionals 2-3 Inter Allies – Dansoman:‬

‪Inter Allies returned to winning ways with a 3-2 away win over Liberty Professionals at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman on Thursday.‬

‪Samuel Armah and Victorien Adebayor put us ahead but George Ansong with a brace levelled before Mohammed Zakari left it very late in the second half.‬

‪The technical team made one change from the team that drew 1-1 with Hearts of Oak on Sunday with Abraham Okyere replacing suspended Paul Abanga in the starting eleven.‬

‪On a very good note Inter Allies took the game to the hosts. Samuel Armah and Victorien Adebayor made incursions with the early pressure to put Liberty at bay.‬

‪The two attackers were sharp, Samuel Armah drew first blood in the 24th minute before Victorien Adebayor also doubled the lead just two minutes after.‬

‪George William Ansong with a very fine finish reduced the deficit with four minutes left till recess. ‬

‪Liberty pushed more men forward and were rewarded with their immense pressure, a well-worked build up was finished brilliantly by George William Ansong, getting his brace.‬

‪The game became very balanced but Allies kept asking questions and were awarded a penalty in the 75th minute.‬

‪Richmond Lamptey was quick to steal the ball in the box and was brought down illegally, Victorien Adebayor stepped up but his effort was calmly saved by the goalkeeper. ‬

‪When everyone thought the game was ending in a draw, Allies scored. Mohammed Zakari was at the receiving end of a fine set up and slotted home the winner in added on time.‬

‪A win at last, after three matches. Liberty’s George William Ansong who got the brace was named the NASCO Man of the match.‬

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