Once again we bounced back to winning ways with hard fought 1-0 win over Berekum Chelsea at the Tema Sports Stadium on a calm Sunday afternoon.
Victorien Adje Adebayor scores from close range to ensure victory for the Capelli Boys, his 7th goal of the season.
Kenichi Yatshuashi made 4 changes to the side the lost 3-2 Dreams FC with Saed Salifu replacing Kwame Baah in between the sticks.
Michel Otou, Zakari Issahaku and Abanga Paul returned to the starting eleven.
The visitors had two former Inter Allies players in their squad, Benjamin Prah was on the bench and Kwame Antwi Amoako started.
Berekum Chelsea started the first half sitting back and depended largely on counter attacks, they were very compact at the back.
Allies kept pushing for the opener in the first half but all efforts went futile, the visitors made it difficult for the Capelli Boys to penetrate.
The second half started with the same energy, Allies tried from distance to unlock the stubborn defence of the visitors.
With just 13 minutes to end of the game, Allies broke the deadlock to charge the home team
Abdul Nassiru Hamzah did the damage with a fantastic solo run through Bechem defenders and set the ball on the plate for Victorien Adje Adebayor to nod home his 7th goal of the season.
The visitors tried level, Allies pushed for a cushion but the score line didn’t change after referee Kenny Padi’s final whistle.
Benjamin Abaidoo (Berekum Chelsea) was named the NASCO MVP.
Inter Allies XI: Saed, Abanga, Antwi, Issahaku, Hashmin (c), Otou, Lamptey, Bekoe, Adebayor, Quarcoo & Amonoo.
Subs: Adjei, Kuzuma, Fuseini, Ekele, Kpeglo, Hamzah & Amanfo.
Berekum Chelsea XI: Ahenkorah, Wahab, Abaidoo, Zackaria, Braimah (c), Amankona, Amoako, Ameyaw, Owusu, Latif & Osei.
Subs: Asamoah, Mensah, Obeng, Prah, Commey, Debrah & Henneh.