Accra Hearts Of Oak tactician Kosta Papić has highlighted his side’s 2-0 loss to Great Olympics as lack of good fortune as the Rainbow boys lost the Accra derby yesterday.
An early attack by the Dade boys in the first half saw them score two quick goals from captain Gladson Awako and Maxwell on the 18th and 27th minute respectively.
Numerous attempts by Hearts in search of gaining something out of the game proved futile as they efforts at goal where all kept out by Olympics goalkeeper Saeed Salifu who was then named the NASCO Man of the Match winner after an explosive reflexes by the goalkeeper.
Speaking in the post-match interview after the match, Serbian gaffer Kosta Papić told the media,
“We made two big mistakes of which we conceded two goals as a result from that, we kept pressuring but the ball could just not enter into the net, that’s how football is sometimes.
“Our midfield was a problem in the first half, we played a bit better in the second half but we lacked luck to score.
” Yes, we couldn’t score and that is a huge problem for us. As I told you earlier, that’s how football is sometimes, you shoot and everything goes in and times too you shoot a hundred and gets nothing out of it”.
Hearts Of Oak missed the chance to go top of the standings and are currently on 4th with four wins, four draws and three losses after matchday 11.