The man on the touchline said his charges could have left with all the points if they had utilised the chances that came their way at the Baba Yara Sports StadiumKumasi Asante Kotoko head coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani is not happy with the output of his attackers and has promised to work more on them.
Speaking to Goal.com Ghana after the Super Clash with Hearts of Oak on Sunday, he said his main objective now is to groom his strikers to be more clinical upfront in the ongoing Glo Premiership as well as the Caf Champions League.
"We created so many chances but we lacked finishing which cost us dearly today [Sunday], we could have won by an avalanche of goals,” Dramani said.
"I will do more work on the strikers and hopefully they will be more clinical upfront and bang in the goals in the league and in Africa.”
The man on the touchline said his charges could have left with all the points if they had utilised the chances that came their way.
He added: “It was a very good tactical game. We failed to take the opportunities we created.”
The attack of the Porcupine Warriors on the day which included Kofi Nti-Boakye, Michael Kafui Helegbe and Ben Acheampong failed to utilise most of the glaring goal scoring chances which came their way as Hearts of Oak walked away with a 0-0 score line.
The Fabulous club has now moved to the 6th position whiles the Rainbow side make it to the 10th spot. Kotoko will look to grab all three points when they face Tema Youth at the Tema Stadium next week.