Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Mohammed Polo, says he is comfortable with his side’s goalless drawn game with Ebusua Dwarfs in midweek.
“It’s okay despite Hearts looking for all the three points but hey, that is part of football and I am happy with my team’s performance,” Polo said after the match at the Accra Sports Stadium.
“The league is still on and we will love to do better in the league and at the end of the day our opponent played well to match our tactics,” he admitted.
The Phobians now trail their rivals Kotoko 12 points and missed the chance to come close after Kotoko pulled away with a deserving 1-0 win over Amidaus Professionals.
The ex-Black Stars kingpin was full of praise for his team and is confident his side will challenge for the title in the coming days despite Kotoko tearing away from the league log.
Hearts are currently second in the ongoing First Capital Plus Premier League.