Ghana Premier League: Things didn’t go well against Bofoakwa Tano - Aboubakar Ouattara

Published on: 11 March 2024

Hearts of Oak head coach, Aboubakar Ouattara, has admitted that things did not go well for his team in their 1-1 draw against Bofoakwa Tano in their Ghana Premier League match week 20 clash on Monday.

The draw at the WAFA Park in Sogakope means their two-game winning run has come to an end under the new Ivorian head coach.

Speaking after the game, Ouattara admitted things did not go well but added that it is part of football and the players are human.

“One or two things did not go well but it’s part of the game. There were some faults with the way we started but we tried to do the things well.

“It’s the human being, you can do some mistakes.”

Emmanuel Agyenim Boateng scored to cancel out Salifu Ibrahim’s opening goal to end the game in a 1-1 stalemate on Monday afternoon to wrap up the week 20 fixtures.

The Phobians’ two-game winning streak has come to an end under new head coach Aboubakar Ouattara, leaving them still 8th after the draw.

Meanwhile, the draw has done no good to Bofoakwa Tano’s relegation fight, leaving them still second from bottom on the league log.

Salifu Ibrahim opened the scoring for the home side after 24 minutes to send them into the break with the lead.

Nine minutes after the break, Emmanuel Agyenim Boateng levelled the game for the visitors to peg the Phobians back to a first draw under Ouattara.