Medeama SC coach Evans Adotey says he is proud of his charges after earning a point against Hearts of Oak on match day 2 of the 2017 Ghana Premier League season.

The Tarkwa giants went into the game from the back of a week one 1-0 win over WAFA. Medeama outplayed the Phobians but failed to get the ball at the back of net.

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Despite Medeama’s failure to win the game after enjoying lion share of the possession, coach Adotey is happy with his charges’ output.

“I’m very proud of my boys because our philosophy of play that is keeping possession and attacking oriented defensive shape was effectively applied,” Adotey said after the game.

“I’m happy for the scoreline and also the performance of my boys for picking a point in Accra against Hearts of Oak.”

Medeama have now picked four points after match day two of the country’s top-flight division.