Gold Stars, drew 1-1 with the reigning Ghana champions, in a game they did just enough to win according to the gaffer.
"We couldn't win against Asante Kotoko because we failed to take our chances,"
Michel Osei said after the game.
This betPawa Premier League Matchday 13 encounter was played at the Dun's Park, Bibiani, and Gold Stars failed to the host of chances they created as they sought their first ever win against Kotoko.
"We have to blame ourselves for this result, but we will take positives and learn from this going forward," the former Ghana international added.
Gold Stars are unbeaten in the league in their last eight matches as they sit in fifth position with 20 points, four behind the leaders Aduana FC.
Gold Stars will return to action at the weekend as the MTN FA Cup competition continues with the Round of 32 matches.
The Miners will be home to King Faisal Babes at the Dun's Park, and head coach Osei, will hope to guide his charges to the next round of the competition as they seek their first major silverware in Ghana football.
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