David Duncan has expressed that Asante Kotoko were on the losing end against Kpando Heart of Lions because they failed to take their chances and the results wasn’t a true picture of the game.
The Porcupine Warriors were handed their worst defeat this season in the league, following their 1-3 defeat to Lions on Sunday to avenge their 0-4 first round loss in Kumasi.
Despite the fact that Kpando Heart of Lions went up 3-0 before Kotoko earned the consolation goal, Duncan believes his team should have been up two goals in the first half if they had converted the opportunities that came their way.
‘At a point we were on top of the game and we should have earned a penalty, but the referee ignored,’ he said.
‘The best chance of the game fell to Ahmed Toure, which I think his indiscretion made him lose the opportunity of going ahead to take the lead.
‘In the second quarter of the first half, before Heart of Lions found the lead, I think we should have been two goals up and under that kind of situation the whole complexion of the game could have changed.
‘3-1 defeat is not a true reflection of the game, but Lions were strong because they were playing on their favourite grounds.
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