The Porcupines Warriors yesterday displayed some fantastic performance in Match day three of the Betpawa Premier League against their rivals Hearts of Oak.
Sheriff Mohammed puts the Porcupine Warriors ahead early in the second half but his goal was not enough as Caleb Amankwaa scored a late goal to picked a point for the Phobians.
The Porcupine Warrious created alot of goal scoring opportunities but failed to make used of them as they allowed the Phobians to go with a point.
Speaking after the game, gaffer of the Porcupine Warriors Seydou Zerbo says he is very happy for his team performance even though they failed to make used of their chances.
” Yes last week performance was bad and we all saw it but my guys show different performance today and it was good” he said.
” We still need to work on the finishing, we created many goal scoring opportunities but we failed to score so we will go back to work on our finishing “.
” We are very disappointed they scored but we’re discouraged this is a league so we’re going to work hard for the next game ” he added.
Asante Kotoko will play new side Nsoatreman FC on Wednesday at the Baba Yara Sports Staduim.
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