Leicester City’s Ghanaian winger, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, emphasizes the need to learn from the recent 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday as the team aims to return to winning form in the Sky Bet Championship.
The league leaders faced disappointment at Hillsborough when Fatawu’s first-half goal was equalized by Jeff Hendrick in added time. Despite the frustrating result, Issahaku emphasizes the team’s commitment to continuous improvement.
“We know every game, we take it the same,” he said. “Today was a tough game and it’s not the result we wanted. We’ll learn from our mistakes and go again. There were so many chances and we’re unlucky we couldn’t make it. As the games keep going, we’ll come back.”
“I got a goal, but it’s not the result I wanted. We didn’t get it, so I’m not happy. We wanted the win and we drew, but as I said, we’ll learn from our mistakes and keep going. We do this every game. The coach tells us to do it. That’s what we did and it went in, so I’m happy [with the goal].”
Leicester City now gears up to face West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, challenging a Baggies side that has shown promising form.