|Date||Time||League||Season||Match Day||Full Time|
|April 18, 2021||6:00 pm||Ghana Premier League (GPL)||2020-2021||20||90'|
|Centre Referee||Assistant Referee||4th Referee||Match Commissioner|
|Abdulai Ibrahim||Bawa Haruna|
Kofi Kyei Andoh
|Philip Atta Forson||Adam Mukaila|
|Accra Sports Stadium - Osu|
|Accra Sports Stadium, Starlets 91 Road, Ministries, Victoriaborg, Greater Accra Region, 0302, Ghana|
Both teams entered the cold Accra Sports Stadium looking points to get the 3 points at stake with Hearts of Oak knowing they trail the Eleven is to one side after their first round clash at the same venue.
Coach Boadu instructed his side to take the ball to the opponents in a fast note with Patrick Razak and Ibrahim Salifu operating from the flanks, while William Dankyi and Captain Fatawu Mohammed offering support.
But Inter Allies had different plans with Gockel Ahortor and Richmond Lamptey running through the middle to balance the phobians who introduced former Allies captain Emmanuel Nettey.
Both teams did not create any meaningful goal scoring openings due to the high tempo of the game, creating several fouls in the game, that forced referee Abdulai Ibrahim to purse the game on several occasions to attend to injured players.
it was until the 27th minute when Emmanuel Netteh run through the midfield beating his opponent Gockel Ahortor before serving Ibrahim Salifu, who also laid a short on the flanks to Fatawu Mohammed for a cross into the hoal area, only for Paul Abanga to tap into his own net for the first goal of the day.
That goal seemed the only clear opportunity in the first half of the game as the two sides kept battling for supremacy in the midfield, and on the flanks.
from the break, Inter Allies put up a splendid performance by capturing the entire midfield, forcing Hearts of Oak to play wide, and further delaying the tempo of play to contain the opponents.
It was Inter Allies who creating some few goal scoring opportunities, but the attackers squandered them all to the disappointment of their technical team headed by Felix Aboagye