Heartland coach Ramson Madu, has told Scorenigeria.com.ng his side were unlucky not to get a result at FC Ifeanyiubah after they played their best game this season only to go down 2-0 at FC Ifeanyiubah over the weekend.
“I have no ill feelings at all. We played well, better than our hosts but luck refused to smile on us”, Madu told Scorenigeria.com.ng
“We created chances, time after time, hit the woodwork and crossbar, yet the ball refused go in.
“Our opponents got us punished with two careless goals and that settled it.
“It was our best match so far in the season and I’m proud with the officiating, the crowd and every other aspect of the match”.
They left Nnewi Sunday night with their heads high despite the 2-0 defeat by home side FC Ifeanyiubah in a Nigeria Professional Football League match day 8 fixture, Scorenigerua.com.ng reports.
‘The Naze Millionaires’ bossed their hosts and enjoyed most if the possession, but failed to find the back of the net even as they kept fans on their toes.
But for all their brilliance, they could only hit the woodwork and later the crossbar in the first period as well as a late save by Drissa Bamba following Nnamdi Egbujir’s terrific left-footed drive from outside the box.
By Sab Osuji