Summary – Inter Allies 1-1 WAFA SC – Accra:
Inter Allies had to settle for a point against a resillient WAFA at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday on Matchday 5.
An own goal from Richard Acquaah put the visitors in front half an hour into the game but the Eleven Is To One Boys deservedly levelled through inform Victorien Adebayor in the second half.
Inter Allies could have won it, but in the end the heroics of the, Sabi Ferdinand Acquah – goalkeeper of WAFA who was was the busier of the two keepers proved vital for the away side.
WAFA’s opener was against the run of play as there was total dominance from Inter Allies right from the blast of the whistle.
Adebayor came close in the 5th minute after his shot was palmed away having gone past two defenders in the box, Mohammed Zakari’s follow up attempt was also saved.
It was just wide from Michael Gyamerah nine minutes later after being setup from a quick one-two between Victorien Adebayor and Mohammed Zakari.
Just after the half hour mark we were completely stunned by Eric Asamany’s lob over George Apronti which came off Richard Acquaah for an own goal after a collision between Acquaah and Hashmin Musah.
Chances became few and far between in the second half as the away side were happy to sit back.
The first chance fell to Victorien Adebayor on the 62nd minute, who missed the far post by a whisker after Mohammed Zakari neatly found him in the box.
With four minutes to go Victorien Adebayor grabbed the equaliser which his 4th of the season with a first time volley after a sweet one-two in the box.
The Eleven Is To One boys pushed on for the winner but WAFA’s resillience was enough to earn them a point.