We could have prevented some of the goals against Hearts of Oak – Berekum Chelsea coach Samuel Boadu

Published on: 09 May 2024

Berekum Chelsea coach, Samuel Boadu, believes his team could have stopped some of the goals they conceded against Hearts of Oak in their Ghana Premier League week 29 game on Wednesday.

The Berekum Blues lost 3-0 at the Golden City Park to Boadu’s former club, conceding some poor goals.

Speaking after the game, the Ghana Premier League winner admitted his team could have done better in preventing some of the goals.

“Somehow we could have prevented some of the goals. Some of them, it is a normal thing,” Boadu told StarTimes.

Hamza Issah opened the scoring with a first-time shot with his left foot inside the box to power the visitors into a 1-0 lead at the break. The goal was his 12th of the season and makes him the league’s joint top scorer, alongside Stephen Amankona.

Fourteen minutes after the break, Linda Mtange doubled the lead for Hearts of Oak with a near post finish.

Substitute Kassim Cisse then completed the scoring with his strike at the right post that goalkeeper Gregory Sekyere failed to punch out of his net.