Ten-man Wa All Stars booked a semi-final place in the MTN FA Cup by defeating Medeama SC 3-1 at home on Sunday.
All Stars, owned by Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi, opened the scoring just before the half hour mark through Godfred Gyasi.
The striker lobbed the ball over Medeama goalkeeper Tijani Musah in a goal mouth scramble.
In the 37th minute midfielder Major Baah Tetteh doubled the lead with a half volley close to the penalty box.
Just when All Stars were taking total control over the match, first goal scorer Godfred Gyasi received a straight red card for head butting a Medeama player.
The visitors took charge but could not reduce the deficit before the break.
Two minutes after the interval, skillful playmaker Siedu Zeeda saw goalkeeper off his line and fired from 20-yards to make it 3-0.
Substitute Zakaria Atia snatched a consolation for Medeama in the 66th minute.
Wa All stars will face Asante Kotoko on 10 July in Accra to determine who play second-tier side Nania FC in the final.
All Stars: Robert Dabuo-Tijani Joshua, Joshua Otoo, Albert Gyasi, Eric Mensah-Siedu Salifu/Mumuni Wahid, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, Seidu Zeeda, Major Baah Tetteh/Maxwell Addae-Samuel Boateng/Nawaf Alhassan, Godfred Gyasi.
Subs: Maxwell Addae, Adams Hafiz, Mumuni Wahid, Abu Nuru Rivlado, Nawaf Alhassan, Patrrick Doegdolo.
Medeama SC: Tijani Musah/Muntari Tagoe – Augustine Sefa, Yusif Nurudeen, Kwabena Adusei, Joe Hendricks-Kwabena Boateng, Isaac Osei/Sulemana Masawudu, Hans Koufie, Godbless Asamoah-Owusu Jamses Asante, Kwame Bempong/Zakaria Tia
Subs: Hamza Elias, Acheampong Otoo, Suleman Masawudu, Yahaya Hanan, Nana Egyir, Zakaria Atia, Muntari Tagoe.
Referee: Thomas Nunoo
Assistants: David Laryea, David Argyin.
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