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MATCH REPORT: Mahala Football Academy baptise Sasaamo Panin with goals as they gear towards middle league qualification

Mahala Football Academy on Sunday afternoon at the Wesco Park, humiliated Sasaamo Panin to send a strong warning to rest of clubs their intention to seal middle league qualification.

The Academy lads lashed Sasaamo Panin who played as host in the 2022-23 Ashanti Regional Division Two League match-week 17 fixture with a heavy defeat in a one-sided game. It was pure dominance and class of supremacy, as Mahala Football Academy had the better off the crunchy encounter as Sasaamo Panin succumbed to 7-1 lost.

After harvesting four goals in the first department, it was clear there will be demolishing exercise at the Wesco Park as Mahala Football Academy descended heavily on Sasaamo Panin in the second half with three additional goals.

The opponent could not show any sign of strength in stopping our high pressing system right from the blast of game. Our dominance, as a result of not offering any space to the homers to operate, propelled us to discovering their weakest department in the course of the game.

Gaffer Emmanuel Nkrumah having observed keenly from the dugout, instructed to mount excessive pressure on Sasaamo Panin for them to commit blender.

In no time, we opened the scoring through central midfielder Awudu Mohammed even before the first quarter could elapse. Justice Asamoah who missed our last game against River Plate A.C due to suspension was back in action on the afternoon.

He doubled our lead before inform Emmanuel Attah Frimpong made it 3-0. It was his 4th goal of the season but 3rd of the encounter.

On the brink of half time, marksman and current topscorer Kofi Agyemang registered his 7th goal of the campaign to place the icing on the cake with our 4th goal.

At half time, we were commanding with 4-0 scoreline.

After recess, few introductions were made which even improved the performance of the team. Since the start of campaign, manager Nkrumah has shown how his second half substitutions gets to deliver with different dimensions.

Few minutes, into the second department the defensive pair of Sasaamo Panin could not handle danger man Kofi Agyemang, who kept tormenting their backline. His pace and energy was electrifying to a level that, he needed to break bound for a brace.

Kofi scored his second of the day to increase his goal tally to eight(8), by deepening the woes of Sasaamo Panin 10 minutes into the half.

Left-footed and intelligent attacking midfielder, Emmanuel Attah Frimpong made it 6-0 to found brace too before Sasaamo Panin managed to pull one back with a consolation. Through, a penalty they reduced the deficit but least expected to suffer a 7-1 heavy defeat from the hands of high-flying Mahala Football Academy.

Justice Asamoah bagged the last goal with less than 5 minutes to full time duration, he also saw two goals on the day. Marking his sixth(6th) goal in the ongoing campaign.

The big win, means Mahala Football Academy maintain their spot behind PAC Academy who has booked qualification for middle league. We are with 31 points and a win in our next game will be glory, glory as he sail through to join PAC Academy from Zone 4 as qualified teams.

Meanwhile, Mahala Football Academy has an outstanding game to clear.

We will next face Centurio Life on Sunday, April 23, 2023 at exactly 3:00pm.

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