Hearts of Oak coach Martin Koopman hopes his side improves in attack after their draw against Legon Cities in match-week ten.
This is the third consecutive draw for the Phobians and the sixth of the 2023/24 Ghana Premier League.
Koopman after the game spoke about his team’s struggle in the match and their attacking woes.
“I think we were not up to the task today in attack. We had our moments, they also had theirs and in all, I think a draw is okay for both teams.
“In the first half we did three midfielders but had to change to four midfielders and play two strikers in order to control the game.
“It worked but in attack, we struggled. Its not what we want and we must keep working.”
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Hearts of Oak lie 11th in the league standings now and will face Accra Lions in their next match.
After Lions, they play Berekum Chelsea and travel to Aduana.