Inter Allies took their first three points of Ghana Premier League season after beating Hearts of Oak a lone goal at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday.
Richmond Lamptey scored the only goal of the match in the second half. A strike from about 40 yards which completely beat goalkeeper Richard Attah.
Reacting to the win, Inter Allies coach Henrik Lehm said the team victory is a reward for their hard work prior to the encounter.
"First of all, we always have to look at the whole game. And to be honest, you can see how old I am-grey hair. After one minute, I had a heart attack, you know, we could have been behind 1-0, 2-0. We are such a young team,"
We still have a lot to learn but after that, I think that we started playing better football than we had done in the two first two matches. The things we are doing, the practice starts showing in the game.
And of course, I’m very happy for the win. I’m very happy that we had the first goal and I’m very happy that the players for me today, they really worked hard for me, It was a teamwork today," Lehm told the club's website.
Inter Allies will face King Faisal in their next game on Saturday.