The woes of Inter Allies continued on match day 22 when they lost to Bechem United at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park on Sunday.
The Capelli Boys are struggling to climb out of the bottom of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league table having started the campaign poorly.
The Eleven-Is-to-One Boys went down on the 32nd minute through Moro Salifu’s penalty.
Bechem United punished Inter Allies for the second time with two minutes to end the first half when striker, Hafiz Konkoni slotted home the second goal.
Inter Allies managed to pull a goal back on the 69th minute through Hashmin Musah but the goal could not salvage an away point for the visitors.
The game ended 2-1 for the Hunters and Inter Allies coach, Felix Aboagye was left disappointed with the result.
“It wasn’t a good game for us, we can do much better than what we did today [against Bechem United].
“I think during the first half we didn’t have a good game,we were slacking at the back.
“We got our chances we couldn’t even score and we didn’t play like a team until the second half we came into the game and we did try to equalize.
“But it is very unfortunate that we had to lose but at least we could have got some points here.
“I’m very disappointed because we have to do much better than what we did today.
“But to my expectations, it wasn’t a good game for me.” Felix Aboagye said.
Inter Allies are bottom of the 22 week old Ghana premier league with 16 points.