Medeama SC coach Samuel Boadu is unhappy with his side’s striking machinery following their 2-1 lost to Berekum Chelsea at the Berekum Golden City Park on match day 13 of the ongoing campaign.
Latif Salifu shot the home side into the lead but Medeama restored parity through Agyenin Boateng. However, the Berekum giants restored their lead courtesy Zachariah Fuseini’s strike.
In the second half, Boadu’s side dominated play but they failed to convert the chances they created.
“We came in to take all the points but it’s rather unfortunate we could not take our chances and the chances they got they took it and scored two goals,” he said in a post match interview. “We should have done better than this he added,” he added.
With the respect to officiating, Boadu concluded by saying:
“We have nothing to say so when we go back we will do our corrections. I don’t want to about officiating so we lost and where there is a problem we sit down, we analyse it and we solve the problem.”
“Being the Coach you definitely want to challenge some of the decisions but with the game over there is nothing to do,” he concluded.