Nzema Holy stars could not prove holy at the ST Martin’s part after the Eagles dragged them in the dirt over a 90 minutes encounter.
It was a friendly game meant for Skyy FC to have final touch to their preparation towards the Commencement of the second round of the GFA Division One League.
Emmanuel Ansah was in post, Martin Owusu and Isaac Afful played right and left full backs respectively. New signing, Emmanuel Assafuah and Ebenezer Acquah paired in Central defence. Ebenezer Ocran and and Isaac Donkor played as a pivot in the heart of midfield. Emmanuel Eshun and Baba Musa Hamadu operated from the wings with Osman Mohammed and Frederick Quayson leading the attack.
Emmanuel Eshun opened the account in the early embers of the game with Frederick Quayson giving the home side the double in the 15th minute.
Holy stars settled well from the 20th minute and played some beautiful football. The Skyy FC defence was found wanting as the visitors constantly piled pressure seeking to get a goal.
Osman Mohammed scored in the 34th minute following a beautiful build up orchestrated by Captain Martin Owusu at the right side of attack, playing a 1-2 with Baba Musa and finally squaring the ball to Mohammed in the 6 yard box who tapped in.
The first half ended 3:0 in favour of the eagles.
The scoreline was not something the visitors anticipated having beaten Karela United, a Premier League side 3 goals to 1 in a similar trial match. They came in strong in the second half yet the home side was very organised and resolute that it looked almost impossible for them to score. Substitute, Ibrahim Saani scored the fourth goal through a penalty after being fouled in the box in the 63rd minute.
Holy Stars reduced the tally in the 69th minute bringing the scoreline to 4:1.
Christian Asiedu who replaced Mamatah scored the 5th goal for Skyy FC in the 77th minute, followed by Akwasi Sarpong’s 83rd minute goal giving the home side 6:1 advantage.
The visitors scored a second goal in the 86th minute. The referee awarded the away side a free kick at the left side of opponent’s box. The free kick was well taken and well connected giving the visitors the 2nd goal.
When the game looked like ending 6:2, Christian Asiedu scored his second on the day and Skyy FC’s 7th.
The Eagles have score 13 goals goals and conceded 3 goals in two friendly games.
The Eagles face Cape Coast Venomous this Saturday at the Robert Mensah Park.