MATCH REPORT: Great Olympics 1-0 Inter Allies - Olympics grab second victory Featured
25 Jan

MATCH REPORT: Great Olympics 1-0 Inter Allies - Olympics grab second victory

The 'Oly Dade' boys recorded their second victory of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season following a slim win over Inter Allies on Sunday.
 
 
Great Olympics managed to beat Inter Allies 1-0 in their week six clash at the Accra Sports Stadium.
 
The Wonder club started the game on a good note which resulted them a goal before the break.
 
Coach Tony Lokko was forced to make an early substitution with Augustus Nyarko replacing George Apronti who sustained an injury on the 18th minute.
 
On the 28th minute, Philip Sackey registered his name on the score sheet with a brilliant finish to hand Great Olympics the opener.
 
In-form Victorien Adebayor nearly found the back of the net for Inter Allies but his effort on the 31st minute went wide.
 
Great Olympics prevented the 'Eleven is to One' lads from equalising before the break after it ended 1-0 in favor of them in the first half.
 
Inter Allies made several efforts to level the score after the break but none of their effort earned them a goal.
 
Great Olympics are yet to taste a defeat in their last three matches in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
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