Inter Allies suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of league champions Ashanti Gold at the Len Clay Stadium to clear match day 19 fixture of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League.

Emmanuel Osei-Baffour capitalized on a defensive blip and scored in the second half to pin the ‘Eleven Is One’ down to the ground on a cloudy Sunday afternoon.

Coach Jimmy corbblah made changes to the side that drew 1-1 with Asante Kotoko at the Tema Sports Stadium last week.

Isaac Osae was handed his first start as he paired with Ropapa Mensah upfront, Kingsley Nnamdi partnered Wahab Ackwei in defense with Emmanuel Nettey moving for the defensive midfield role.

The hosts made no mistake by making their intentions known, they mounted series of pressure from the early minutes of the game.

Inter Allies responded with resolute and compact defensive display to hold the the Miners until the halfway mark.

The same story continued in the second half, Ashgold wanted the maximum points and looked more purposeful and got rewarded in the 78th minute.

Emmanuel Osei-Baffour got the better of Kingsley Nnamdi and Emmanuel Nettey before slotting home from close range.

Despite staging a fight for a come back, the ‘Eleven Is To One’ failed to restore parity.

Inter Allies now lie 15th on the league table with 19 points.

XI: Osei Kwame, Simon Martey, Ibrahim Alhassan, Wahab Ackwei, Kingsley Nnamdi, Emmanuel Nettey, Isaac Twum (Eliasu Fuseini), Abdul Halik Hudu, Frederick Yamoah, Ropapa Mensah (Sulley Mohammed) & Isaac Osae (Prince Baffoe).

Unused subs: Gabriel Kwabla, George Asamoah, Edward Adjaklo, Paul Abanga.

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