Gaffer of medeama sc Abdul Rabi Umar believes the goal his side conceded against Accra hearts of oak yesterday was a very cheap goal.
Medeama Sc yesterday suffered a defeat in the hands of Accra hearts of oak in the first round of the Ghana premier league at the Accra sports stadium.
The away team played very well and created many goal scoring opportunities but their efforts was not enough to produce a goal.
However, hearts of oak in the second half took the opportunity to punished the away team as Isaac Mensah only goal was enough on the day.
Speaking after the game, gaffer of the away team Abdul Rabi Umar says his side conceded a cheap goal and they should have done well.
” It was a good game Just that the goal we conceded it’s a lack of communication and a body positive” he said.
” It’s a goal we shouldn’t have Conceded, it’s a very cheap goal to my view we could have done better with that goal ” he added.
Medeama Sc are now 6th on the league table after yesterday defeat to current league champions Accra hearts of oak.
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