Inter Allies were beaten 2-0 in match day 17 fixture of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League against Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park on Wednesday.
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ succumbed to two second half goals after a very spirited performance in the first half of a mouthwatering clash.
Coach Jimmy Corbblah made five changes to the side that won 1-0 over Sekondi Hasaacas on Sunday.
Enoch Adu started at right back, Uriah Kporvi paired with Emmanuel Nettey in defence. Paul Abanga was in front of the back four.
Evans Mensah played behind Frederick Boateng upfront, Prince Baffoe was at the heart of midfield.
High tempo, cracking nerves, aggressive play and speed passes were the mark of the start of the game as both sides commenced very well.
Evans Mensah could have opened the scoring in early minutes as his long range drive went inches wide to announce Inter Allies’ presence in the game.
The home side after several pressure, nearly scored, Joy Asiwome Fumador pounced on a free kick that saw Osei Kwame pushed down but Uriah Kporvi was fast to the ball and cleared on the line.
Both teams failed to get a goal despite playing well, going to the recess with scores settled at 0-0.
Chelsea showed they wanted it more after the adding bite upfront, coming from the break.
Osei Kwame after saving one attack, fell down and got injured and couldn’t continue, young goalkeeper Salifu Saed replaced him.
After some few minutes of several pressure, they got a penalty. Emmanuel Nettey handled the ball in the area and the referee made no mistake.
Sadick Adams blasted it home from the spot in the 66th minute, Salifu Saed dived in the same direction but the shot had much power.
Nana-Tei Horsu doubled their lead after 80 minutes with a powerful drive, Salifu Saed tried to grab one time but failed.
The goal tally remained the same until the end of the game, Inter Allies were defeated for the first time after going three games unbeaten.
Inter Allies XI: Osei Kwame, Enoch Adu, Ibrahim Alhassan, Uriah Kporvi, Emmanuel Nettey, Paul Abanga, George Asamoah, Prince Baffoe, Frederick Boateng, Evans Mensah and Edward Adjaklo.
Subs: Saed Salifu, Francis Osei, Isaac Twum, Abdul Halik Hudu, Shaibu Haruna, Ropapa Mensah & Frederick Opoku Yamoah.
Unused subs: Francis Osei, Isaac Twum, Abdul Halik Hudu and Shaibu Haruna.