Interim coach of Asante Kotoko, Abdulai Gazale, has expressed dissatisfaction with the team’s attacking display in the draw against King Faisal.
Kotoko hosted King Faisal in their betPawa Ghana Premier League outstanding matchday 21 fixture at the Baba Yara Stadium on Wednesday, April 5.
Neither the Porcupine Warriors nor the Insha Allah lads were able to put the ball at the back of the net at the end of 90 minutes as the game ended 0-0.
Having scored four goals in their previous game before the game with King Faisal, Gazale was far from happy with Kotoko’s attacking play.
“[The team played to instructions] to some extent,” he said when quizzed about the performance. “We didn’t start the game well in terms of multiplying [in numbers] in our opponent’s half. You cannot score a goal when you don’t have numbers in the opponent’s half.
“Clearly you could see my two strikers were not able to move like the way they used to do [in previous games]. I am sure we are going to work on it to get them back on their feet.”
Following the draw on Wednesday, Kotoko now move to fourth on the league table after 25 games played, having taken 39 points.
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