Assistant coach of Legon Cities, Wahid Mohammed says his team will pull a big surprise by beating in-form Hearts of Oak in Accra.
The Phobians, who are on top of the league, have won six out of their last seven matches, drawing one.
But coach Wahid says he is super confident that Legon Cities will be the team to stop Hearts of Oak when they meet midweek.
“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 in an interview.
“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.”