Aduana Stars coach Yusif Abubakar has slammed his players after they laboured to earn a 3-3 stalemate against Raja Casablanca in the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday.
After losing 1-0 in their first group A game at ASEC Mimosas, the Ghanaian champions needed the victory to get their campaign back on track.
But they were lucky to avoid defeat as substitute Nathaniel Asamoah struck a last-gasp equaliser.
''We didn't do well at all, although we had one point, it was not my expectation,'' Abubakar said post-match interview.
''I am not happy with the attitude of the players, there was no discipline at all, at least at this age, anticipation should work.''
''They were complacent and it cost us maximum points.''
''The result puts us in a difficult situation. We must get three points in next game, anything apart from that will make our chances of progressing to the next stage difficult.''
The result leaves Aduana without a win after two games and sees them occupy the last position in group A.
Their next game is at home against AS Vita Club in July.
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