Head coach for King Faisal, Andy Sinason has opined that his team should have scored more against Legon Cities FC following their 1-1 draw in the Ghana Premier League on Monday.
The Insha Allah boys despite taking the lead were forced to settled for a draw following a late strike from Cephaz Doku.
Speaking to the media after the game, Sinason rued his side’s missed chances while citing that his lads could have finished off their opponent in the first half.
“We could have bury the game in the first half. We came to win the game. Our game plan was to win the game. Everyone is winning and we are sitting at the bottom of the table so we came to win in order to climb up the table.
“So we came in aggressively in order to unsettle them. We created all the chances but once again we couldn’t kill the game in the first half.”
King Faisal are 17th on the League table after 14th games played in the Ghana Premier League.