President of Techiman City Charles Kwadwo Ntim has noted that his side should have clinched all three points in their match-day 16 Ghana Premier League game played on Sunday.
The Techiman-based side opened scoring through former Kotoko player Stephen Manu.
The Porcupine Warriors leveled the scores in the second half through skipper Amos Frimpong.
“Kotoko were the better side and I must say that we were fortunate to get a point from the game.
“Kotoko were the best side to visit Nana Ameyaw Park. Although clubs like Hearts and Ashgold got a draw here they mapped up delaying tactics to frustrate us, Kotoko dominated play and rather put us under pressure,” he told Happy FM.
Techiman City are yet to lose a home league game this season.