Legon Cities coach Maxwell Konadu believes things will be better for his outfit in the second round of the Ghana Premier League campaign.
The Royals finished the first half of the season in 12th position with 21 points after defeating King Faisal Monday.
Speaking after the game, the former Kotoko coach said, “We did what we have to do today. King Faisal are a good side, don’t forget that but my boys did very well. I am happy we won our last game at home,” he said after the game.
“We had a difficult league start. We assembled a new team, so it was going to take time obviously but gradually we are getting there and in the second-round things will be better than this.
Jonah Attuquaye scored in the second half as Legon Cities beat King Faisal 1-0 at the Elwak Sports stadium to end the first half of the season on a high.
Attuquaye came close in the 16th but his effort hit the outside of the post before coming back into play.
He found the much-needed goal inside 62nd minutes after getting on the end of Hans Kwofie’s cross to slot home from close range – his fourth of the campaign.
The win has moved the Royals out of the relegation zone as they jump from 15th to the 12th position with 21 points.
Legon Cities who have lost one match in their last five outings will welcome Champions Accra Hearts of Oak to the Elwak Stadium when the second round resumes on Sunday, February 27, 2022.