The game marked the start of the second round of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League for the two teams.
The 3rd-minute opener seemed a morale booster for the Porcupine Warriors who continued to push forward in search for more.
However, experienced Wonders’ goalkeeper, John Moosie stood tall to deny Kotoko any chance to double their lead.
Naby Keita and Augustine Okrah went the closest for the Porcupines in the 17th and 23rd minute yet, could not hit the back of the net.
Eleven Wonders began to establish themselves into the game and were rewarded in the 39th minute as Samuel Boakye steered a header pass Razak Abalora in post for Kotoko.
The first half ended with the score tied.
Back from recess, the host were looking more dominant as they tried to break through the tight Kotoko defense.
Despite several attempts, Wonders could not find their second as the midfield pair of Fabio Gama and Mudasiru Salifu dictated the center of the pitch.
New Kotoko striker Andy Francis Kumi was handed his debut as he came on for Emmanuel Gyamfi.
At the other end, Alex Asamoah and Ollenu Ashittey was brought on for Clement Boahene and Michael Osei.
Alex Asamoah could have won the game for Wonders in added but his power shot went wide off the post as the game ended 1-1 at the Techiman Park.