Inter Allies were beaten 1-0 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium by Asante Kotoko in match day 2 fixture of the on-going Ghana Premier League.
Second half goal on the 53rd minute by Obed Owusu registered the Eleven Is To One their first defeat of the season.
Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi made 3 changes to the side that beat Bechem United 3-0 at the Tema Sports stadium last weekend.
Paul Abanga, Samuel Ekele and Abdul Nassiru Hamzah replaced Fuseini Ibrahim, Issahaku Zakari and George Amonoo in the starting XI.
The Porcupines forced the Capelli Boys to sit back at the early embers of the game with their high pressing game.
They created some chances but Kwame Baah and the defenders dealt with the threats and opportunities that fell for the hosts.
Allies warmed into the game after a quarter of an hour gone, Victorien Adebayor went close twice scoring but Felix Annan thwarted his efforts.
The Capelli Boys held on to a goalless draw at half time.
The second half kicked off on a bad note for Allies, Obed Owusu on the 53rd minute connected Emmanuel Gyamfi’s cross.
Kotoko looked the better side after getting the goal but Allies proved to be stubborn with relentless stamina.
Nsungusi Effiong Jnr who came on for Samuel Armah at halftime could have grabbed the equalizer on the 57th minute.
Few minutes later the young striker flew again another chance before hitting one straight at the goalkeeper in chances to bag the leveler.
Despite several attempts to get the equalizer, the Porcupines held their back tight and won the game 1-0.
Goalkeeper Felix Annan (Kotoko) was named the man of the match.
Inter Allies XI: Baah, Fard, Hashmin, Hamzah, Lamptey, Zakari, Adebayor, Ekele, Otou, Abanga, Armah
Subs: Salifu, Zakari, Bekoe, Effiong, Amanfo, Gyawu, Antwi,
Asante Kotoko XI: Annan, Frimpong, Darkwa, Nafiu, Adams, Opoku, Owusu, Obed, Sarfo Gyamfi, Gyamfi, Mohammed
Subs: Danlad, Osei, Sefah, Owusu, Opare, Mahama, Sylla