The Citizens boss believes they could’ve picked all the points against the Porcupine Warriors in Accra
Techiman Eleven Wonders coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu says he rues his side’s missed opportunities following the 1-1 draw against Asante Kotoko on opening day of 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
The debutants came from a goal down to share spoils after substitute Prince Okraku levelled Kwame Poku’s opener for Kotoko late in the game with a wonderful finish.
Wonders were the better side in the first half and could’ve scored at least two goals but their strikers fluffed every opportunity that came their way.
“Asante Kotoko were the second best and had to lose this game because we played better than them. I think they didn’t even deserve a point,” Fosu said after the game.
“We knew how they will play so we limited them. If you watched the game critically, you will see that none of their fullbacks completed a single cross or a decisive pass into our box throughout the game.
“We are going back to Techiman with a point and we feel like we have missed a glorious chance to record our first victory in the Ghana Premier League. We will build on this and hope our next game will be better than this,” he added.
Eleven Wonders will play their first-ever home game in the Premier League next weekend when they welcome Ebusua Dwarfs to the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman, while Kotoko will travel to Golden City Park in Berekum to face Berekum Chelsea on matchday two.