Raja Casablanca coach Juan Carlos Garrido is disappointed with his side's last-minute capitulation in their 3-3 draw at Aduana Stars on Wednesday in their CAF Confederation Cup Group A match.
The Green Eagles were on the verge of running away with a win but got pegged back by their former player Nathaniel Asamoah in the final minute of stoppage time.
Asamoah, a second half substitute, rifled home on his left foot from close range to give the Ghanaian champions a deserved share of the spoils.
''We were very close to winning the coach but I think in the last minute we got a draw. Of course we played to win but sometimes it happens and you don't expect it and the last minute,'' the former Villarreal coach said.
''They [Aduana] did well but we were not well in our reaction to the last goal. In this moment, it's better to win obviously but it's only two games [so no worries].
''We have more games, we have to play each other, we have to play the other teams.''