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Wednesday, 15 May 2019 17:22

NC Special Cup Report: Inter Allies 0-2 Liberty Professionals - Error prone Allies, dashed away by the Scientific Soccer Lads Featured

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Tema Inter Allies hosted Dansoman Liberty Professionals in the Normalization Committee's Special Competition Match Day 11 at the Tema Park and lost by two first half goals from the visiting side.

George Ansong and Francis Owusu strike in the early exchanges of the game to give the "Scientific Soccer Lads" a cruise control into the game and all three points available. 
Inter Allies showed early signs of weakness from their poor outings in their previous games in the early charges when they allowed the visiting team to exert incessant pressure on them in search of an early goal.
The 'Eleven Is To One' boys failed to repel the pressure piled on them when they started to open scoring opportunities for Liberty Professionals.
Francis Owusu won a free kick for Liberty Professionals in their opposition area after Samuel Owusu had found him with a good pass on the 10th minute.
Elvis Kyei Baffour utilized the resultant set piece well as Inter Allies failed to clear their lines for George Ansong to score from close range on the 12th minute.
The visiting side continued to probe for more answers in the game and rightly found one when Francis Owusu doubled Liberty Professionals lead on the 25th minute from a defensive error by Inter Allies.
In the second half, Inter Allies made some few substitutions to get back into the game with Paul Abagna and Dan Amanfo coming in to give Inter Allies some byte upfront. 
Liberty Professionals kept attacking but very cautious in defense and had some good chances to add to their lead but looked content with their two goals, playing away goal scoring opportunities. 
With five minutes of added time, the game ended 2-0 for Liberty Professionals to exarcebate the poor display of Inter Allies in this competition and place themselves well for qualification into the next round.
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