Ghana Premier League: We didn’t panic when we conceded against Hearts of Oak – Bofoakwa Tano Coach

Published on: 11 March 2024

Bofoakwa Tano head coach, John Eduafo, has revealed that his team was calm and did not panic when they conceded first against Hearts of Oak on Monday in a Ghana Premier League week 20 clash.

The Sunyani-based conceded the first after 24 minutes and equalized at the start of the second half to pick an important point.

Speaking after the game, the former Asante Kotoko assistant coach was full of praise for the way his team played.

“We had it, we defended well, we keep the ball and we played the way we wanted to play. Even though they scored first, we didn’t panic under pressure,” he told StarTimes.

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.