Assistant coach of Legon Cities Football Club – Wahid Mohammed has attributed The Royals 2-0 defeat at the hands of Karela United FC at the CAM Park in Ayinase on Sunday to his players wastefulness in front of goal.

A goal in each stanza was all, but what Karela United to stop the unbeaten run of Legon Cities and further boost their quest to finish in the top 4 having moved to the third position on the league table with 46 points.

Speaking in a post match interview coach Wahid admitted that it was a difficult game for Legon Cities, but the results could have been different nonetheless if they had taken their chances in the course of play.

“It was a very difficult game. Karela had their chances and took them.

“We were not able to take ours. It’s simply not our day but we need to focus on what’s next of us in the league [against Hearts of Oak].

“We are proud of the performance of the boys today but obviously, we need to improve in some areas and we will do exactly so in training and be ready for the next challenge.”

The Royals [38 points] are ninth on the league log.