Freedom Professionals' fantasy of an early re-visitation of the Ghana Premier League got a significant lift on Wednesday, May 18, following their triumph over Tema Youth at the Tema Stadium.
Two objectives in the final part from Blaise Macadjei and Seedorf Asante were sufficient to beat the Harbor Warriors, who struck right off the bat in the game through Evans Osei Wusu.
Going into the game with the two groups fixed at 52 places, success for either side was vital to giving them the required edge to get back to the Premier League.
Osei Wusu opened the scoring following 29 minutes, beating the goalkeeper from short proximity to give the Harbor Warriors a halftime lead in the wake of being played through on objective.
Tema Youth and Osei Wusu hoped to have had a second only minutes into the last part however the arbitrator, who at first whistled to grant an objective after the 22-year-old hit the ball straightforwardly from the corner kick, canceled the choice after the conference with the associate official.
The episode prompted an authority from the home side to stand up to the directing group while fans at the arena communicated their disappointment.
Nonetheless, that was the defining moment of the game as the Scientific Soccer fellows struck two times to procure each of the three places. Macadjei transformed into the net with a straightforward exertion while Asante scored straightforwardly from a free-kick outside the punishment box of the home side to make it 2-1 for Liberty.
The success over Tema Youth presently implies Liberty go three focuses clear of the table in Zone Three with four games to go.
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