Aduana Stars coach Yusif Abubakar ripped into his players for their erring display in their 3-3 home draw with Raja Casablanca in the CAF Confederation Cup.
The Ghanaian champions, on three occasions, had to come from behind to earn a point and thanks to substitute Nathaniel Asamoah who struck at the death.
Abubakar fumed at his players for conceding 'avoidable' goals against the Moroccans.
''It was a very bad game today. We did not do well at all. Although we got the one point but this is not my expectation. All that I will say is that, it is a disappointing game for me,'' Abubakar said in a post-match speech.
''What we need to do is to cool down and make sure that we take [win] the next home match and then one of the away matches we must at least get a draw or take another three points other than that chances [qualification] will more difficult.
''I am not happy with their attitude. There is no discipline at all. At least at this age, anticipation should work.
''Somebody should anticipate that this person there and that ball is going here but too much complacency and over-sure has cost such.''