Inter Allies coach Tony Lokko insists his side could have scored more goals in their 2-1 win against Bechem United on Sunday.
The Eleven is to One Boys bounced back from the opening day mauling against Aduana, to defeat the Hunters at the Accra Sports Stadium on match Day 2.
Despite the victory, coach Lokko believes his team could have done better if they had taken their chances.
“The scoreline wasn’t the reflection of the game, though we scored (won), we’ll take the victory in good fate,” he told Interallies.com
“Actually, tactically we came in very offensive which paid off and at the end of it all victory was certain for Inter Allies.
“It’s true we did a lot of attacking drills in the training grounds because we were playing home and we needed to create a lot of chances but that’s football and what can you do, a lot good players also miss chances.
“So we’ll go back to the drawing board and also make sure we toughen their (the players) confidence in scoring so the next time we have a game we make amends.”
Inter Allies next travel to play Karela United at the Akoon Park.