Inter Allies Coach Prince Owusu says he is happy with his sides performance against Bolga All-stars despite his strikers profligacy in front of goal.
Inter Allies produce a commanding performance to thrash Bolga All Stars 3-0 at the El wak Sports Stadium in the match day 14 of the Ghana Premier League.
Striker Prince Baffoe opened the scoring for the Accra based side before midfielders Samuel Mensah and Ishmael Ntefuni scored the others.
The former Medeama coach who was speaking after the game said the team had to remain focused to beat a resolute Bolga All-stars after missing numerous chances in the first half.
“We had to win all the three points so we can climb up on the table. When you look are the other teams in the chasing pact, it meant we had to score more goals to move up. We took all these into consideration and we performed well,” he said.
Inter Allies were wasteful in the first half squandering all chances that came their way but the Eleven is to one boys came back from the break strongly to score three goals in the second half.
“When they started wasting the chances I became nervous a bit but we told them to remain focus, they shouldn’t lose concentration and we should keep creating chances because definitely one will end up in the net. They did well and we held it on.”
“I think our only problem has been burying our chances and it is something I will work on with the strikers.”
The win lifts Inter Allies from 13th to 9th on the table and will next play league leader West Africa Football Academy in Sogakope.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin