The Phobians boss has rejected suggestions that they have now played their best game so far this season
Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has rejected suggestions that the game against Asante Kotoko was their best performance so far this season.
The Phobians shared the spoils goalless with Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday and Prosper Ogum Narteh claimed he was happy to have pushed Hearts to come up with their best performance as the first round came to an end today.
“We played very well and because of our level of football, you can see that Hearts of Oak upped their game for the first time this season and it was good for Ghana Premier League,” Ogum said at Post Match Conference.
However, reacting to this claims, Boadu feels that assertion is not accurate since Legon Cities remain the toughest opponents they’ve faced so far this season.
“This is not true although we did well. This game was not one of our best games so far. I believe our best game of the first round was against Legon Cities,” Boadu said.
“If we had even used our junior team (Auroras) against them today, Kotoko can still not score us,” he added.
Hearts, who have 25 points, trail Kotoko twelve points after the first round and would hope to return to winning ways at the start of the second half of the season which kicks off next weekend.