Hearts of Oak captain Robin Gnagne has admitted that his side were not at their best against Wa All Stars in the Ghana Premier League last weekend.
The Phobians suffered their first defeat after going down 3-1 at home to the league leaders but not without incidents. The home supporters threw objects at match officials to protest against All Stars’ first goal which they claimed should have been ruled offside. The incident became serious after the referee allegedly denied two penalties.
However, Gnagne insists that they will make amends against Techiman City at the Ameyaw Park.
“It was not a good game for us against All Stars. We came all out for the victory but unfortunately it did not work out for us,” Gnagne was quoted as saying by Ghanafans.
“Hearts are not down because there are a lot of games ahead and we are looking to respond immediately.
“We are looking forward to correct our mistakes and I am very certain that in our next game against Techiman City, we will bounce back,” he added.
Hearts are second on the log with 13 points, one below All Stars and three above Techiman.
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