Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has accepted the defeat his side suffered over the weekend in a good faith and has vowed they are going to the drawing board and will surely return to winning ways in their subsequent matches.
The Rainbow club were stunned by a 2-0 defeat they suffered against Dreams FC last Sunday at theTheatre of Dreams Park in match-week 22 of the ongoing campaign.
After a tough first half, ten-man Hearts of Oak couldn't stand their opponents after Nuru Sulley was sent off for second booking. They ended up losing the encounter by 2-0 thanks to goals from Ali Huzaif and Sylvestre Simba all in the second half.
Speaking in a post match interview, the young gaffer admitted the 'Still Believe' lads deserved to win the game but blamed the red card describing it as the main reason behind their loss since it prevented them from playing better like they were exhibiting as the opponents had a numerical advantage over them.
Also, he indicated they will go back to the drawing board to identify the mistakes they committed and rectify all of them before they head into their next fixture.
"We have to take it like that, there are three things in football, it's either you win, lose or draw."
"We are going back home to correct the mistake we made in conceding these goals."
"We were playing well but unfortunately we had a red card and it also affected us in our play. Our transition and everything change."
"The last goal was very bad but I am not disappointed. They did well, play to satisfaction but missed chances, unfortunately", he concluded.
The Phobians host King Faisal in their next game, and will want to win at all cost to end their two game winless run and also keep their league title hopes alive as they currently sit 4th on the league log with 34 points.