Legon Cities assistant coach Wahid Mohammed said his side is ready to end Hearts of Oak’s incredible run in the Ghana Premier League as they face each other on Wednesday.
Phobians are now seven-games unbeaten as they won six and drew one. For the 30th matchday of the league, the Accra-based outfit will host the Royals who are set to beat them as promised by their deputy coach Wahid Mohammed.
“It was a very difficult game. Karela had their chances and took them. We were not able to take ours. It’s simply not our day but we need to focus on what’s next of us in the league (against Hearts of Oak). We are proud of the performance of the boys today but obviously, we need to improve in some areas and we will do exactly so in training and be ready for the next challenge,” said the deputy coach as per Ghanasoccernet.
“We made some mistakes that we should have avoided. Those led to the goals we conceded. We will work on them in our next [training] session,” he added.
“We take it one at a time. We will quickly put this behind us and start preparing for the Hearts game. We respect them but we will make sure, we beat them at our home.”