By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Inter Allies has emerged out of the relegation zone for the first time since the start of the season after posting a comfortable 2-0 victory over visiting Sekondi Hasaacas at the Tema Park on Saturday.
Senegalese hit-man Tala Nâ€™Diaye stole the show for Allies with a goal-of-the-season contender when he swept a screaming effort past Hasaacas goalkeeper Samuel Akuoko to add to Abdul Salifuâ€™s opener.
It was an eye-catching display from Herbert Addo's men as they hoarded possession from the start of made good use of their chances.
Hasaacas appeared out of sought in both halves but they got forward occasionally to threaten the hosts' keeper but the youngster produced saves with feline agility to deny Joseph Mugre who tested him twice in the latter stages of the second-half of the game.
Allies worked for their goals and merit the results of the game. Attacking midfielder Sadat Karim who has hit good form in his recent games for the Tema-based side laced well with Talla who found Salifu and the forward made no mistake in shooting past Akuoko for the opener.
The goal failed to prompt Hasaacas out of their relaxed moods and Allies took advantage to double their advantage - Senegal's 2014 CHAN striker N'Diaye surging forward to nail victory for Allies and help them record their 4th victory in 8 games, leaving them without defeat in all these eight games.
They have gone above Amidaus Professionals who have now slipped to 14th with 27 points while Allies have amassed 28 and lie 13th.