Awoba followed up their opening day victory over Rumuowha, with a 2-1 win over Gold Kings Soccer Academy in a well contested affair.
Speaking during a post-match interview Otelemaba was quick to point out his set piece goal was no fluke but a product of hard work and dedication.
“It (free kick) wasn’t down to luck. It’s a natural gift from God. On a daily basis even if it’s during training, I do score goals like this. We’ve committed everything to God. Though every other team prays to God before coming, we however believe we will win this tournament.”
Coach Nelson Agi of Gold Soccer Kings Academy, informed that despite his team’s elaborate preparation ahead of the encounter it was totally different game than what he had expected.
“The game was not as bad as most people would have you believe. I had watched their (Awoba)first game and as thus had strategized with that ahead of the encounter. That however is football. You don’t get what you expect.”
In the earlier match, Soccer Fire had beaten Rumuowha by 3-0.
Tuesday will see Army side Mighty Amphibious play A and B Academy by 2pm while Ghanaman and friends would play Garden City Academy of Sports by 4pm.