Berekum Chelsea coach Randolf Armah has heaped praise on his players despite losing 2-0 to Asante Kotoko on Wednesday in the GFA Special Competition.
Goals from Emmanuel Gyamfi and Fatawu Safiu in the second half ensured all three points stayed with the Porcupine Warriors at the Baba Yara Stadium.
Speaking after the game, coach Armah noted that his side had put up a great fight and insists they were the better team overall.
“We did well, we could have built on from our good start of the game but we didn’t, my players lost control of the game, Kotoko took control of the second half and where the better team for most of the second period,” Coach Armah said after the match.
“I don’t think Kotoko where better than us overall though, we could’ve done more for ourselves.”
“I congratulate my team for not crumpling even when Kotoko scored two, we have a lot of positives and a few minor mistakes that we will go back and correct.
“The penalty was not a penalty he clearly misread the collision to be a foul when it wasn’t, he could have given himself ample time to think that decision through. Apart from that the referee had a good game.”