Accra Hearts of Oak head coach, Samuel Boadu says he will reorganize his side to come back stronger from their match day 22 defeat.
The Phobians suffered a 2-0 defeat against Dreams FC at Dawu on Sunday.
The Phobians wanted three points badly to keep up with the pace of the title race having picked a 1-1 away draw against Karela at Anyinase in match day 21.
Dreams FC shocked their opponent when Ali Huzaif connected the opener after the Phobians failed to clear his header in the 51st minute.
The Phobians were dealt a big blow when six minutes into the second half, Nuru Sulley was given the matching off orders after sending a poor tackling on Dreams FC winger, Emmanuel Ocran.
Dreams FC left it late to increase the tally on the 93rd minute to eventually seal the victory.
Speaking to the media after their 2-0 defeat to the Still Believe Boys, Samuel Boadu said he needs to restrategize to come back stronger.
“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”, Boadu added.
The Still Believe Boys climb into 6th with 34 points, same as the Phobians.
Hearts of Oak are still fourth on the league table despite losing to Dreams FC.
They have gathered 34 points from 22 matches.
Hearts of Oak will next play league strugglers, King Faisal in match day 23 at the Accra Sports Stadium.