Inter Allies came from a goal down to grab second away draw of the season in a 1-1 stalemate against Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Prince Baffoe’s second half bullet cancelled David Amuzu’s first half goal in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League match week 7 fixture on Wednesday.
Coach Prince Owusu made four changes to the side that lost 1-2 to Aduana Stars at the El Wak Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Hashmin Musah replaced sick Wahab Ackwei in defence, Issaka Emmanuel had his debut replacing injured Isaac Twum.
Frederick Opoku Yamoah also returned to the line up as well Samuel Konney for Martin Antwi and Frederick Boateng respectively.
Olympics were by far the better side of the early embers of the game and dominated proceedings in all departments making it different for Allies to settle.
Goalkeeper Kwame Baah was busy from the blast of the referee’s whistle as he made point blank saves to keep the ‘Eleven Is To One’ in the game.
Just minutes after half an hour gone in the game, Olympics got the opener courtesy David Amuzu from close range leaving Kwame Baah with no chance.
The hosts held on until the break but Inter Allies came in more stronger after the recess. Olympics were virtually pushed back and Allies were on top.
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ asked several questions and finally got their answer in the 78th minute. Paul Abanga placed a short free kick for Prince Baffoe.
Baffoe launched a 25-yard missile, the goalkeeper failed to grab one time and the ball went straight to the back of the net to level for Allies.
Allies kept probing for the winner but a last minute free kick from Martin Antwi was fantastically parried away by the goalkeeper.
That was the last action of the game as Allies came from behind to share the spoils.
Inter Allies XI: Kwame Baah, Shaibu Haruna, Fard Ibrahim, Hashmin Musah, Paul Abanga, Antwi Kwame Amoako, Abdul-Halik Hudu (70* Martin Antwi), Isaac Osae, Samuel Konney (52* Prince Baffoe), Issaka Emmanuel (45* Frederick Boateng) & Fredrick Yamoah.
Unused substitutes: Saed Salifu, Emmanuel Kuzuma, George Asamoah & Desmond Abuga.