The midfielder believes three goals scored against the Phobians on Sunday was not enough
Medeama midfielder Kwesi Donsu has insisted that they should have walloped Hearts of Oak despite winning 3-0 in Ghana Premier League matchday two fixture in Tarkwa on Sunday.
Two goals from Prince Opoku-Agyemang and another strike from Nana Nabil pushed the already troubled Phobians into relegation zone having also lost their first game at home to Berekum Chelsea.
“It is good we won 3-0 but I believe we should have scored Hearts of Oak not less than six goals,” Donsu said.
“This is so because looking at the chances we created in the game, we could’ve walloped them if we were more clinical.
“I was very furious on the bench during the first half because we had the believe we could and looking at the training session we had ahead of the season we should have buried them at Akoon Park. When a team scores more goals, it puts fear in opponents that they will face in subsequent games,” he added.
Medeama now top the log on goal difference and will travel to Accra to face Liberty Professionals next weekend while Hearts host Ebusua Dwarfs.