Inter Allies succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to West Africa Football Association (WAFA) at the Tema Sports Staidum on Saturday.

In a game that was broadcasted live on SuperSport, the ‘Eleven Is To One’ fell to hold on to their fantastic unbeaten home run.

Martin Antwi’s late first half strike helped the visitors to carry all the maximum points back to Sogakope.

Goalkeeper Osei Kwame returned to the posts recovering from a knee injury. Ropapa Mensah and Sheriff Mohammed paired upfront.

George Asamoah and Lawson Sabah reunited their friendship in the midfield, captain Joseph Aidoo was paired with Wahab Ackwei in the defense in the absence of Baba Mensah.

The much anticipated game kicked off in style with WAFA settling very quickly. The visitors controlled the pace of the game and attacked from the onset.

Lord Ofosuhene could have opened the scoring for the ‘Eleven Is To One’ he failed to hold the ball one time from a Fredrick Yamoah’s pass.

Both teams had their chances but didn’t turn them to goals until Martin Antwi scored. The visitors’ captain opened the scoring just minutes before the half time whistle.

Inter Allies returned from the break very wild and desperate for the equaliser. Paa Kwesi Fabin’s men got the better of WAFA in a free-flowing match, but struggled to create many scoring opportunities.

Inter Allies appeared to have found the solution with an energetic approach after Gockel Ahortor’s introduction increasing the pace of attack but WAFA were resolute, settled down, and looked more composed.

Prosper Kasim’s attempt from near posts almost got the equaliser but Felix Annan denied.

The visitors held on to break the ‘Eleven Is To One’s’ 14-match unbeaten home run.

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