Hearts of Oak coach Sergio Traguil was frustrated by dropping points at home but has heap praises on ten-man Inter Allies for Sunday’s 1-1 draw.
The Portuguese tactician praised the Tema-based club for playing according to their game plan. The Phobians failed to win at home against Inter Allies to keep up the pace with their title rivals. They needed a late equalizer from Inusah Musah to snatch a point after Ropapa Mensah had put Inter Allies ahead earlier.
The late equalizer was a big blow to Inter Allies’ relegation survival bid, as the point still leaves them in the relegation zone.
The Phobians dropped two valuable points in a keenly contested title race but still remained in third place.
“We didn’t play very well in the first half. We faced some difficulties and again Inter Allies came with a very good strategy,” Traguil told Asempa Sports.
“They played a very good football in the first half and I have to give credit to them, they deserved to score.
“In the first half there were some errors, but the second half was completely different.
“We had far more than motivation, far more motivation, the same one that we suppose to put in the first half if you want to win the championship.”
The draw has pushed the Phobians to the 3rd place with 42 points and now play rejuvenated Bechem United at the Bechem Park in the Match Day 27 fixture of the Ghana Premier League.