Great Olympics head coach, Annor Walker believes they deserved all three points against Karela United at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in match day 27 on Friday.
Striker, Diawisie Taylor shot the home side into the lead from the penalty spot with just five minutes played.
Ebenezer Sekyere in a “a sliding clearance” of Karela’s incursion, mistakenly handled the ball in their goal, giving the home side a penalty.
The Dade Boys however returned with a changed plan leading to a perfect equalizer from Samuel Ashie-Quaye on the 44th minute.
Annor Walker believes they deserved to carry the day.
“Very very satisfied, I told you earlier on that I was going to win this match and it was unfortunate that my player committed that penalty and they had to take a lead.
“And after scoring us you saw the way my boys started playing.
“In fact if we have to be honest, we played all the game that we deserved to win this match today.
“But it’s just unfortunate.” Annor Walker said.
The draw does not shoot Olympics farther up the league as they would want.
The two time Ghana champions occupy a respectable 3rd spot with 44 points, two behind leaders, Hearts and Kotoko who have their week 27 fixture to clear.