Hearts of Oak head coach, Slavko Matic says his outfit didn’t deserve a point Legon Cities.
The Phobians hosted Cities at the Accra Sports Stadium on Wednesday in the matchday 15 games.
Despite playing with a man advantage for the most part of the second half, the Matic's side were held to a goalless draw by Maxwell Konadu’s side.
Bortey Acquaye of Cities saw red in the 47th minute for pulling down Hearts of Oak's Clinton Appiah.
Speaking in a post-match interview, Matic said his side did not deserve a point after failing to beat 10-man Legon Cities.
“A lot of things we do not need to do, we do. We know exactly how they will play but the reaction wasn’t good…how you play 11 against 10, somebody has to take responsibility. We didn’t do that, a lot of mistakes," the Serbian manager said after the game.
“I must be honest; we didn’t deserve the point against Legon Cities," he added.
- What next?
Hearts of Oak will be hoping to return to winning ways when they travel to play Tamale City on Sunday at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.