Hearts of Oak head coach Slavko Matic was left frustrated after a 2-2 draw against Dreams FC on match week eight of the Ghana Premier League.
Dreams FC took a 2-0 lead before the Phobians came from behind to seal a point at the Accra Sports stadium.
David William Van Dijk scored in the 14th minute before The Still Believe lads doubled their lead one minute after the recess.
Hearts of Oak halved the deficit in the 75th minute before Benjamin Yorke scored the equalizer in added time after coming on a substitute for Rashid Okine in the 80th minute.
"The way and how we played, when you see result of 2-0, you just don’t believe, very cheap two goals," coach Matic said after the game.
“We cannot give opportunity to opponents like this, two half chances and they scored two goals without a chance but team spirit again was good."
“I said before the game, I will give opportunity to all players, young players played today and now we see, we miss experience."
“But in the end, I can say I must be satisfied when we scored the second goal in the last five minutes but want more.”