Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Sunday dropped major points at their home grounds against bitter rivals Accra Hearts of Oak.
The Porcupine Warriors went ahead in the game when their midfielder Kwame Boateng buried the ball after a poor goalkeeping by Soulama Abdulaye.
The game which was the return leg of the super clash between the two spark to life throughout the first periods but lacked intensity after the break.
Kotoko threw away their lead some few minutes into the second period of the encounter and lost grip of the game which saw them control majority of possession.
The Phobians meanwhile had clear indications seeking to take away vital game points from the fierce encounter, midfielder Patrick Razak shot below the arms of Kotoko goalie Ernest sowah in the early stages of the second half.
The Phobians second half performance should have spelled a victory but their attackers were woeful upfront and threw away vital scoring opportunities which should have been converted to goals, speaking to www.gijonlinenews.com sports desk hearts manager Sergio Traguil voiced out his frustration "I’m not satisfied because I didn’t win all the three points, but playing against Kotoko and earning a draw is good, but I think we deserved all three points".
The Phobians continue to lead the league log with 3 points ahead of second place Wa All stars who have a game in hand.
Story By; Nii Armah