Inter Allies qualified to the next stage of the 2018 MTN FA Cup with a hard fought 1-0 win over lower tier side Immigration FC.

Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi made 9 changes to the side that beat Wa All Stars 1-0 away in Wa in midweek.

Goalkeeper Gideon Adjei, midfielder Ivan Kpeglo and striker John Adu Poku got their debut starts today.

Dan Amanfo scored late to seal qualification to the next stage as Kenichi Yatsuhashi’s men started this year’s competition on a bright note.

It took the Eleven Is To One 83 minutes to break the deadlock after attempting several times.

Samuel Armah delivered a tailored measured pass after receiving a long ball from goalkeeper Gideon Adjei to Dan Amanfo who neatly slotted home the only goal of the game.

Tirelessly, Inter Allies held onto the slender lead until the end of the game. 

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

Inter Allies XI: Gideon Adjei, Paul Abanga, Fuseini Mohammed, Maxwell Ansah, Emmanuel Kuzuma, Mohammed Zakari, Ivan Kpeglo, Baffour Gyawu, Effiong Nsungusi, David Tetteh.

Subs: Saed Salifu, Michel Otou, Samuel Bekoe, Richard Antwi, George Amonoo, Samuel Amarh & Dan Amanfo.

Immigration FC XI: Anteh Emmanuel, Gyimah Andrew, Misadz Bismark, Ibrahim Ali, Armah .George Nii Ayi, Omar Ibrahim Moro, Aryee Ransford, Amoah Benjamin, Tetteh David Kwao, Kotey David & Asamoah Stephen.

Subs: Ashitey Stephen, Sackey Richmond Nii Tetteh, Sogbe Francis, Nartey Isaac Sheriff, Ashong Nathaniel, Incoom Richard & Mensah Theophilus Feehi.

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