Match Report : Eleven Wonders 2-1 King Faisal : Samuel Boakye’s second half strike sink King Faisal

Eleven Wonders compound King Faisal misery by beating them 2-1 in the match day 10 of the Ghana Premier League.

Musa Sule’s header cancelled out Ibrahim Osman’s opener before Samuel Boakye got the winner for the home side.

King Faisal had a dream start to the game by taking the lead in the second minute of the game.

Ibrahim Osman gave the lead with a good strike.

Osman nearly makes 2-0 in the 10 minute but his shot was blocked by the defence.

The home side grew up in the game but couldn’t create any decent chance.

Kwadwo Asamoah came close to find the back of net but his shot went wide.

Wonders finally got the equalizer in added time, Musa Sule outjumped the king Faisal defence to head home a cross from Mugeese Zakari.

It was King Faisal who had the first chance of the second half but Kwame Peprah failed to put the ball at the back of the net.

Zakaria Mugees came close for the visitors but his shot went wide.

Wonders finally took the lead through Sameul Boakye , the substitute blasted home a nice volley to give his side the lead.

King Faisal huffed and puffed but couldn’t get the equalizer.

The game ended 2-1 in favour of the home team.

Match Summary

Line ups of both sides

King Faisal

Mustapha Bampoe, Danso Godfred Appiah (c), Toufic Razak, Abdul Karim Kassim, Charles Adu Gyamfi, Kusi Samuel, Frimpong Boateng, Mujeeb Abdul Hakeem, Emmanuel Maidawa, Kwame Peprah,Ibrahim Osman

Eleven Wonders
John Moosie, Adu Dwomoh, Rashid Mohammed, Kwayie Simms, Felix Akorlor, Musa Sule, Andrews Kuma, Prince Baffoe, Salifu Ibrahim, Godfred Asamoah , Zakaria Mugeese

Goals

Musa Sule

Samuel Boakye

Ibrahim Osman

Substitution

Eleven Wonders

51’Prince Baffoe out – Kofi Owusu in

68′ Kuma Andrews out -Boakye Samuel in

79′-Mugeese Zakaria out -Osei Seth in

King Faisal

65′ Emmanuel Maidawa out – Daniel Nii Adjei in

75′ Charles Adu Gyamfi – out Mutapha Mohammed in

80′-Samuel Kusi out – Yahaya Baba in

Caution

28′ Samuel Kusi (YC)

36′ Prince Baffoe ( YC)

Charles Adu Gyamfi ( YC)

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