Legon Cities FC head coach Maxwell Konadu is pleased his side picked a point against AshantiGold SC on Sunday in the Ghana Premier League.
Cities held the Miners to a scoreless stalemate at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi in the matchday six fixture.
“We (Legon Cities) are okay and happy with the one point even though we think we should have done much better than we did in this game,” Konadu told reporters after the match.
“It was a well contested game and the pressure was very high. Both teams tried to carry the day. There were some refereeing decisions that have should have gone either way.
More so, Konadu commended his lads for the fighting spirit they exhibited during the match.
“The match ended goallessly and I have to thank the players for fighting hard to the very end.
Cities have now gone four straight matches without a win and are sitting at the 12th position with only six points from six rounds.