Match Summary – Inter Allies 0-2 Great Olympics – Accra:

We recorded a second straight defeat in the new year with a 2-0 home defeat to Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday afternoon.

Two penalty goals from Maxwell Nii Abbey Quaye in either half helped the regional rivals to earn all the three maximum points in the match day 9 encounter.

Rashid Seidu and Isah Ali returned to the the starting lineup with Paul Abanga missing the game due to injury – changes made from the previous match.

Very known territory for both sides, but it’s Olympics who had a good foot in the early stages of the match.

Their early pressure paid off when they won a penalty in the 8th minute, Osei Bonsu was brought down in the box. Maxwell Nii Abey Quaye made no mistake in slotting the opener.

The game became balanced after going behind, we grew into the game, pushed more forward in search of the equaliser but Olympics were hard to break.

More so, we started the second half on a good note, asking many questions. Kingsley Braye, Richmond Lamptey and Mohammed Zakari kept pushing.

We kept knocking on their door, we kept creating chances but Richmond Lamptey and Sulemana who went close couldn’t find the back of the net.

With ten minutes to proceedings, Olympics were awarded another penalty. Once again Maxwell Nii Abbey Quaye completed his brace and won it for them.

NASCO man of the match – Philip Nii Kojo Sackey ( Great Olympics).

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