Inter Allies managed a 0-0 stalemate result against Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on Sunday afternoon.
Kwame Baah was Inter Allies star man as he made several fantastic saves to deny the ‘Porcupine Warriors’ a goal, especially in the second half.
Coach Prince Owusu made just a single change to the side that beat Tema Youth 1-0 at the El Wak Stadium in the last game.
Youngster Samuel Bekoe replaced Samuel Mensah Konney from the previous match, Uwandu Chekezie Alozie had his first call up.
The ‘Eleven Is To One’ were quick to settle against a very desperate Asante Kotoko side which had much quality.
Calm, composed and resolute, the ‘Eleven Is To One’ at some point in the first where the better side from their sweet inter-passing play and how fast they recovered.
Kwame Baah pulled a world class save to deny Eric Donkor in the 25 minute and two more point blank saves, just minutes before the end of the first half.
Kotoko pushed for an early goal in the second half and could have scored, Emmanuel Gyamfi met a cross in the box but his effort went over the bar.
And getting to the latter part, it became a ding-dong with both sides desperately looking for the vital goal, Kotoko looked more hungrier for the crucial goal.
Chekezie Alozie could have capped his debut beautifully but his injury time header went inches over the bar, the game ended goalless.
Inter Allies XI: Kwame Baah, Paul Abanga, Fard Ibrahim, Issahaku Zakari, Wahab Ackwei, Martin Antwi (67* Uwandu Chekezie Alozie), Antwi Kwame Amoako, Isaac Twum (75* Desmond A bug a), Frederick Boateng, Samuel Bekoe (84* Samuel Mensah Konney) & Prince Baffoe.
Unused sub: Kotei Blankson, Abdul-Halik Hudu, Shaibu Haruna & Hashmin Musah.