An Abass Mohammed brace for Medeama condemned Inter Allies to their seventh defeat of the season on Sunday in the Ghana Premier League with a 2-1 victory in Tarkwa.
The hosts made the first attempt to find the back of the net in the eighth minute but Allies goalkeeper Gideon Ahenkorah produced a save to deny the Agyenim Boateng.
Allies then found their rhythm after 20 minutes and weaved a beautiful pattern towards goal with Nafiu Sulemana finding Richmond Lamptey who shot over the bar.
Five minutes later, Lamptey tried a long range shot from distance but he hit the post.
Sulemana moves to take advantage of the rebound but Kingsley Braye is slow to connect.
After the half hour mark, Richard Acquaah sent in a cross to Nafiu Sulemana but the forward’s shot was inches wide
Allies continued to attack before the break with Felix Abuska finding Braye whose inviting cross to Mohammed Zakari went wide again.
Six minutes into the second half and Medeama found the opener through Abass Mohammed.
Before the hour mark, Allies gloves man Gideon Ahenkorah made two quick saves to deny Abass Mohammed and Tetteh Zutah.
But the pressure was too much for the visitors who succumbed in the 64th minute and conceded a second with Mohammed getting a brace.
Allies refused to give up and were shortly back into the contest when Nafiu Suleman run through the Medeama defence to slot home beautifully.