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2023-24 Ashanti Regional D2L: Mahala Football Academy suffer painful defeat to S.C Laurentian

A first half goal from the host, S.C Laurentian denied Mahala Football Academy a second win in a row as far as the 2023-24 Ashanti Regional Division Two League is concerned.

Despite a slow start to the epic encounter, Mahala Football Academy canvassed all arsenal’s to match the home team boot for boot and to dominate play. With the game divided into quarters, Mahala Football Academy showed their prowess in the first quarter having opened wide the backline of the host.

Nonetheless, connection to have the net shake was a huge problematic.

After failing to utilise our brilliant first two chances of the game, the God’s of football opted not to smile at Mahala Football Academy again.

Exactly on the 24th minute, S.C Laurentian profited from poor communication between Mahala Football Academy when Richmond Acheampong and Albert Boakye failed on their lines.

S.C Laurentian after breaking the deadlock grew much into the game but only for 9 minutes only for the visitors to take over. Mahala Football Academy kept their calm and pushed more men to the midfield in a 4-4-2 diamond formation in search for a level.

However, that was not materialised till half time.

Thrilling with a goal down after recess, Coach Eric Owusu Ansah effected two quick changes with the introduction of Kingsley Kwadwo and Prince Oduro. The encounter became compat for the homester especially in the middle battle.

But Mahala Football Academy were with nothing to show after an hour of the game.

Several goalscoring opportunities came the way of Mahala Football Academy but converting rate very low. S.C Laurentian maintained their shape to deny Mahala Football Academy a second straight victory of the campaign.

With match day four fixture ending in a 1-0 away defeat.

In four games, Mahala Football Academy have managed two wins with two defeats but still has tap on finishing top of Zone Three.

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