Deputy Assistant coach of Asante Kotoko, Akakpo Patron believes his outfit were tactically disciplined as Kotoko recorded back-to-back defeat on arch-rivals Hearts of Oak at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday to win the 'Double Super Clash Trophy'
Goals from second-half substitutes Obed Owusu and Emmanuel Gyamfi ensured the Porcupine Warriors won 4-0 on aggregate over the two-legged friendly match.
Speaking after the victory, the experienced trainer says his current side have the edge and capacity to beat Hearts of Oak anytime because they exhibited tactical superiority and were more discipline.
“Like I said earlier, they look fantastic and everything but we were more tactically discipline,” he said in a post-match interview.
“At the end of the day on the counter attack, we are good on it so you can even see from the goals we scored,” he disclosed.
“You will play but at the end of the day winning is important. Even if tomorrow they come, it will go on our way,” he concluded.