Inter Allies have now beaten the drop as they move 5th on the league log (head-to-head applies) after the vital home win.
Both clubs had same points (37) at the start of the match with both clubs trying to earn the maxim points from this fixture to place out of the relegation zone.
It was the “Eleven Is To One” boys who showed more ambitions to win the game, when Sheriff Mohammed and Fatawu Safiu got the game to a bright start in the early minutes gingering the home crowds to roar.
With a possessive and attacking play, Inter Allies were dominating from everywhere on the pitch, forcing Aduana Stars to push back and sit deep.
On the 26th minute, Niare Benogo opened the scoring with a beautiful flicked header. Fatawu Safiu pulled a strong corner and the powerful midfielder with a timely run, headed the ball to the back of the net to give the hosts the lead.
Holding on to their grips, the defensive pair of former Ghana u-20 defender Baba Mensah and current Ghana u20 defender Joseph Aidoo ensured the visitors had no clear cut chance before the break.
Just like the first half, Inter Allies were the better side once again, tormenting the defense of the former champions. Fatawu Safiu fired from the edge of the penalty box on the 77th minute just to see his shot go inches wide, the striker was disappointed he missed that. The visitors had no stone to throw against Inter Allies as the game ended 1-0 in favor of the Eleven Is To One Boys.
INTER ALLIES TEAM: Osei Kwame-Owusu Ansah, Patrick Kpozo, Baba Mensah, Joseph Aidoo (c)-Niare Benogo, Lawson Sabah, Imoro Adams (Lord Ofosuhene 73′)-Sheriff Mohammed (Prosper Kasssim 65′), Fatawu Safiu (Dauda Diop 90+),Frederick Yemoah.
UNUSED SUBSTITUTES: Frank Andoh, Ibrahim Alhassan, George Asamoah, Gockel Ahortor.