Head Coach of Accra Hearts Of Oak, Edward Nii Odoom has expressed his disappointment following his side’s 2-2 draw against Ashanti Gold in their first game of the campaign.
The Phobians looked poised to secure all 3-points after a brace from Kojo Obeng Junior, but his effort was canceled out by a brace from AshGold’s Hans Kwoffie, whose 90th minute header denied Hearts of Oak victory in their first game of the 2020/2021 season.
Odoom believes a lack of concentration in the dying minutes of the game, cost his side a vital win.
“I am very disappointed with the result,” Odoom said after the game. “We should not have drawn this game, we should have killed this game in the first half, even in the second half we created all the chances in the game,” he added.
“I think a lack of concentration affected us, so I am very disappointed.” He concluded.
The Accra-based team will take on Inter Allies in their second game of the season on Sunday.