A brace from Samuel Armah, and one goal each from Fuseini Mohammed, and Michael Otuo gave Inter Allies their first win in the second round of the special competition over struggling academy boys at the Tema Sports Stadium.
Inter Allies with only one win in the competition, and lying last ton the log in group B sort an image redemption going into the game.
Incidentally, their opponents came into the game with a 1-0 painful home loss at home in midweek looking for that important result to appease the god of ewe land.
The visitor opened the scores early in the game when Justice Amate got the back of Allies in the 18th minute.
The goal did not harm Allies who picked put the pieces just six minutes later with a michael Otuo screamer.
The goal increased the fire power of Allies who took the lead in the 28th minute through a Samuel Armah’s bicycle kick goal.
Allies held onto the lead taking the game to Half time.
Back in second half, and both sides improved on their game, but Allies got the better of the exchanges when Fuseini Mohammed scored from close range with a header pass goalkeeper for WAFA.
WAFA, who needed a face saving result in the game did not give up, and forced for more goal, Captain Abubakar Ibrahim scored from the spot in the 74th minute to reduce the scores.
Just when all thought the game was running to a 3-2 win for the home side, Samuel Armah bagged his brace with a beautiful goal in the 84th minute to put the game beyond WAFA.