Asante Kotoko midfielder Baba Yahaya expressed his disappointment at the team’s inability to secure their first victory of the season, following a 1-1 draw with Karela United on Sunday night.
The Porcupine Warriors were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Karela United, resulting in two draws and one loss in their first three games of the season.
The former Asante Kotoko player, Evans Adomako, surprised the reigning Ghana Premier League champions with an early goal in the 9th minute, beating two defenders and slotting the ball past Danlad Ibrahim, who was guarding Kotoko’s goal.
Asante Kotoko managed to equalize in added time through Baba Yahaya.
“We gave it our all, but unfortunately, our best wasn’t enough. We’re determined to improve and perform better in our upcoming matches,” Yahaya who as adjudged the MVP said in a post-match interview with StarTimes.
“We’re not feeling pressured because our coach has always emphasized that he’s building a team. While we understand that every point is crucial in the league, we’re focused on building a strong team, and we’re optimistic about delivering better results in our next match.”
“The results haven’t gone our way yet, but we appreciate our fans for their unwavering support. We urge them not to lose faith in us, as we believe they’ll be happy when the results start coming in.”
Asante Kotoko will trek to Sogakope to lock horns with Accra Lions on Friday in matchday four encounter.