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Ghana Premier League We did enough to earn a draw at Aduana - Kenichi Yatsuhashi

"I think in the second half, we had to throw some punches and block their punches as well and they [players] did"

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Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi has attributed his side’s stalemate at Dormaa to hard work but admitted their performance on the day was not convincing.

The Phobians played as guests to Aduana Stars which they earned a well-deserved 1-1 draw in a game dubbed as the top of the table clash.

The Dormaa based side shot into the lead in the 18 minute courtesy Emmanuel Akuoko’s after he connected home Godfred Saka’s well taken free-kick.

But the Phobians in the second half went all guns blazing as they pulled even thanks to Cosmos Dauda’s close range finish.

“I think in the second half, we had to throw some punches and block their punches as well and they [players] did.

“I think we were not on top of our game but we did just enough to get the one point,” Yatsuashi said after the game.

Hearts of Oak still lead the log sheet with 25 points and on Thursday, May 26, they will host Liberty Professionals on match day 14 in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.

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