Medeama SC striker Abbas Mohammed scored a brace on Sunday to hand the Tarkwa side a 2-1 win against Inter Allies FC in the Ghana Premier League.

The former Asante Kotoko and Tema Youth striker has taken his goal tally to four in the ongoing campaign. Medeama SC started the the game much determined to carry the day having dropped points against AshantiGold SC last week.

The first failed to produce goals as both teams played out a cautious game to keep the score at 0-0. After recess, an increased tempo in the play of Medeama SC paid off with Mohammed Abass opening the scoring in the 51st minute.

Abbas doubled the lead in the 64th minute, as he made good use of a chance to score again to complete his brace. Inter Allies got a consolation through Nafiu Sulemana in the 70th minute, but it was not enough to give a point as Medeama SC bagged all three points.

The win is Medeama SC’s first back-to-back home wins in the ongoing Premier League season. The win takes Medeama SC to 10th place in the League standings with 14 points while Inter Allies remain in the in the bottom three.

Source: GFA