The Capelli Boys managed a goalless drawn game against Elmina Sharks at the Nduom Sports Stadium on Wednesday – a game where both sides failed to convert their chances.
The Ghana Premier League week 13 encounter which was played with high intensity grew from low tempo to high tempo with 2016 PPP Presidential candidate Papa Kwasi Nduom present.
Coach Prince Owusu who was returning from his one game suspension made several changes to the side that got knocked out from the FA Cup, Wahab Ackwei, Fard Ibrahim and Martin Antwi were the only survivors.
Kwame Baah returned to the posts, Paul Abanga at right back, Issahuku Zakari and Wahab Ackwei were in the heart of defence with Fard Ibrahim completing the back four.
Isaac Twum, Antwi Kwame Amoako and Martin were in the middle, Prince Baffoe, Isaac Osae and Frederick Boateng completed a 4-3-3 attacking formation.
On a nervy start, Inter Allies were pushed back virtually to their own half as Elmina Sharks made their intentions known from the blast of the referee’s whistle.
It took the ‘Eleven Is To One’ some time to warm back into the game and controlled the latter minutes until the mandatory half time break.
Back from the recess, Prince Owusu’s men attacked with pace, however the hosts soaked the pressure for the early minutes of the half and took over for the rest of the game.
Benjamin Tweneboah with quick feet on the right side of attack was their danger man and tormented Fard Ibrahim and the Inter Allies defenders as he kept switching positions.
After three minutes of added time, the referee had seen enough and blew his whistle for the game to end as both sides failed to find the back of the net.
Isaac Twum was named the man-of-the-match.
Inter Allies FC
Inter Allies XI: Kwame Baah, Isaac Twum, Ibrahim Fard (90+1* Desmond Abuga), Zakari Issahaku, Antwi Kwame Amoako, Frederick Boateng (81* Samuel Konney), Isaac Osae (57*Ismeal Ntefuni), Martin Antwi, Abanga Paul & Prince Baffoe.
Unused subs: Kotei Blankson, Hashmin Musah, Abdul-Halik Hudu & Haruna Shaibu.