EurAfrica FC started off the second round of the division 2 season on a high note, securing a comfortable 3-1 victory against Final Whistle FC at home. The game was packed with excitement as both teams fought fiercely for possession and dominance on the pitch. Despite a few missed scoring opportunities, EurAfrica FC managed to clinch a well-deserved victory with goals from Aaron Owusu, Prince Arthur and Iddrisu Manan.
The assist for the first goal of the match came from Prince Arthur, who made an impressive run down the right flank and delivered a superb cross into the box. The ball sailed over the Final Whistle FC defence and was met with a powerful header from Aaron Owusu, who bulged the net with a thunderous strike. The goal brought the home crowd to their feet as they celebrated the well-crafted goal, with Owusu’s skillful play on the right wing setting up Arthur for a clinical finish. Final Whistle FC tried to push back and find an equalizer, but the defence of EurAfrica FC held strong, with goalkeeper Benjamin Twum making some crucial saves.
The second goal of the match was scored by Prince Arthur, who showed his prowess as a centre-forward by finding the back of the net with a well-placed shot. The goal came after some neat interplay between Arthur and his strike partner, Iddrisu Manan, with Arthur latching onto a through ball before calmly slotting the ball past the Final Whistle FC goalkeeper. The goal gave EurAfrica FC a comfortable 2-0 lead and seemed to deflate the opposition, who struggled to create any meaningful chances thereafter.
With the scoreline now at 2-0 in favor of EurAfrica FC, Final Whistle FC started to become more desperate in their attacks, throwing caution to the wind in their bid to get back into the game. Their efforts paid off in the 78th minute, when they finally managed to breach the EurAfrica FC defence and score a goal. However, it was too little and too late.
The third goal of the match came from the boots of Iddrisu Manan, who scored a superb free-kick in the 70th minute. Manan’s curling effort was perfectly placed beyond the reach of the Final Whistle FC goalkeeper, who could only watch in despair as the ball flew into the top corner of the net. The goal was a fitting end to a dominant performance by EurAfrica FC, who played with confidence and skill throughout the match.
Overall, it was an impressive performance from EurAfrica FC, who showed their attacking prowess with three well-crafted goals. The victory will give them confidence heading into their next match against Rapid FA, where they will hope to continue their winning form and climb up the Division 2 table.