Interim coach of Hearts of Oak, Edward Nii Odoom, has lamented his side’s inability to convert from set-pieces in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians were held at home by AshantiGold SC in the Week 8 fixtures at the Accra Sports Stadium on Thursday night.
The Accra-based giants created many chances but failed to utilise them.
Speaking in the wake of the match, coach Odoom was disappointed over his side’s poor set-piece conversion rate.
“We have assigned players for our set pieces but when they come to the park I don’t know whether it’s pressure but we’re working on it.
“At the training ground we work very well on it especially corner kicks and today we had about 12 or 13 corner kicks but didn’t take advantage of it. It’s a worry.”
The club will hope to find their scoring boots when they travel to Dormaa to play as guests to Aduana Stars in Week 9 on Sunday.
Hearts are occupying the 12th position with 10 points.