Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen has at long last opened up on what Asante Kotoko midfielder, Fabio Gama let him know after the punishment episode in the Super Clash at the Baba Yara Stadium in the matchday 24 game.
Focus ref Kennedy Paddy granted the Porcupine Warriors a punishment in the fourteenth moment after Gama was pronounced to have been fouled by Nurudeen Abdul Aziz.
Franck Mbella moved forward to change over the spot-kick as the home side got each of the three places.
The choice created a ton of contention in the country as many accepts the ref had his choice wrong which prompted the FA giving him a boycott.
"After the game, Gama let me know he has not seen a guarded midfielder who is capable like me," he told Accra-based Angel TV.
"He likewise said I am a difficult midfielder so he utilized stunts to win the punishment," he added.
Hearts of Oak couldn't complete in the main four toward the finish of the Ghana Premier League crusade.
In the interim, Kotoko arose as the victor of the 2021/22 homegrown first class season under Prosper Narteh Ogum.
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