Head Coach for Techiman Eleven Wonders, Ignatius Osei-Fosu believes his men were unfortunate in their 2-0 defeat to Accra Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium in Week 9 of the Ghana Premier League.
Goals from Manaf Umar and Victor Aidoo ensured victory for the Phobians and handed Eleven Wonders their second consecutive away loss of the season, following their defeat to Inter Allies at the same venue in Match week 8.
The visitors came close to scoring on several occasions but to no avail and Osei-Fosu says the team did not have luck on their side.
“I think they were fantastic. Everybody in the stadium has seen the way the team plays. The boys have done well but I think we were unlucky to lose.”
Osei-Fosu, however, lamented the team’s wastefulness in front of goal and believes it cost them the game.
“It’s a game in which the home team took two of their chances they got and we did not take our chances. It’s part of the game.
“We knew how they played and we allowed them to play. They were just passing the ball around in midfield.
“They did not create too many chances but it’s part of the game. Goals decide the game and if you don’t take your chances, it will come back to haunt you.”
Following the defeat, Eleven Wonders sit in 12th place on the league table with 10 points from 9 games and will take on King Faisal in their next game.