Asante Kotoko’s assistant coach Godwin Ablordey is of the view that bitter rivals Hearts of Oak showed tactical maturity in their 1-1 draw game on Sunday.
Patrick Razak’s sensational strike cancelled out Kwame Boateng’s first half strike for the Porcupine Warriors.
Both teams had chances to settle and pick up maximum points for their sides but it wasn’t to be.
But Godwin Ablordey who was assisting Michael Osei on the day admits the Phobians showed brilliance from the bench to pick up the points.
“Both sides played very well, it was a game of two halves, we dominated the first half and Heart of Oak also played well in the second half,” Ablordey told reporters.
“Both teams didn’t create any dangerous chance, Hearts played a matured game, they were well organized and play with high intensity and tactical they were brilliant,”
“We have more matches to go, the league is not lost at all and every game is difficult. We have to go back to the drawing board and correct our mistakes, we have a very good team,”
The Porcupine Warriors have failed to record a win their last three league matches.
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