Prampram based lower-tier side Faith Soccer Academy (FSA) suffered a 2-3 defeat to Premier League side Inter Allies FC on Sunday in a preparatory encounter.
The game which was played at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram was a test for Inter Allies as they prepare towards the second round of the Ghana Premier League following their poor start in the first round.
The home team broke the virginity of the game through Kennedy Kofi Mensah before Andy grabbed the leveller ten minutes later.
In the second half, talisman Samuel Armah registered two late goals for the visitors to seal his brace but with five minutes to full time, Faith grabbed a consolation courtesy Shadrack Ametepey to make it 2-3 for the home team.
Inter Allies will be looking forward to turn things around when the second round resumes on Friday, April 2.
Inter Allies placed bottom of the league table with 12 points after 17 games at the end of the first round.
By: Linus Siaw Nartey