Kumasi Asante Kotoko were held to 1-1 draw game by Inter Allies at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in the week nine of the Ghana premier league game.
The Porcupines were hopeful of a win in this game but had to split the points the Accra based side.
Inter Allies were the first to attack as they entered Kotoko’s vital area but Ahmed Adams defended well to clear the danger.
Kotoko took over the game and dominated play from the with sweet inter positional play into the half of their opponents searching for an early goal but saw most of their chances go waste.
Striker Yakubu Mohammed on several occasions got the chance to put his side in the lead but the player failed to convert most of his opportunities into goals for his side.
Coach Zdravsko Logarusic made two quick changes in the second half with the introduction of Emmanuel Gyamfi and Ollenu Ashittey which nearly yielded fruits but Gyamfi narrowly missed the target with his first chance.
The Reds kept knocking on the doors of Inter Allies who for the opener but the back foul of the Eleven is to ones together with their dependable stopper Kwame Baah stood their grounds to prevent Kotoko from getting a goal.
In other league games, Ashgold after the resignation of the head coach during the week drew 1-1 with Bolga All Stars whiles Bechem United lost by a goal to zero at home to WAFA.
Great Olympics recorded their first league win this season by beating Ebusua Dwarfs by a lone goal at the Accra Sports Stadium. At the Tema Stadium, Tema Youth and Medeama also split all the three points and Accra Hearts of Oak suffered a one nil defeat at the hands of Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park.
On Saturday, Elmina Sharks failed to beat Liberty professionals at the Nduom Sports Stadium when both sides locked horns. The game ended one all.