Benjamin Bature’s brace by the fifth minutes was a cushion enough for Medeama Sporting Club even when an own goal from Evans Quao unsettled them as Inter Allies pressed to no fruition.
The rain fell and it proved supportive to the home side’s course to annex the maximum points to confirm their participation in the premier league next season.
That verve from the MTN FA Cup winners to survive the premiership had a flying start when Bature nicked in both goals in the 1st and 4th minutes to erupts the T & A park.
The goals,courtesy the rain which made the pitch soggy deceived goalkeeper Kwame Osei. Bature’s first was a shot that slide off the surface of the field and nutmegged Osei while he bend to make a grab of the shot.
That wasn’t as disappointing as the second goal for the goalie when dived to make save but the pitch withheld the ball in the box for Bature to place the ball into an open net.
Anxiety vanished in the game then since Inter Allies had secured their destiny from the final day blushes.
Results was the solitary aim of the match but the rains impeded the abilities of both teams to exhibit their good passing football as they both resorted to long and balloon kicks.
Central defender for Medeama,Evans Quao shot his side in the foot in the 50th minutes when his intended header out rather went into his net for an own goal. Nerves were back on a bit and Allies took advantage to make some strides.
The rain had stopped after the hour mark and Allies took control consistently to final whistle as Medeama won to stay in top flight football.