Dreams FC coach Vladislav Viric has blamed referees for his side's defeat to Asante Kotoko on Saturday in the Ghana Premier League.
The Still Believe lads took an early lead through Agyenim Boateng from the spot before the Porcupine Warriors leveled through Brazilian forward Michael Vinicius.
The Reds were then awarded a controversial penalty, which left Viric and his boys fuming after what appeared to be a clean tackle.
Kotoko sealed victory through forward Andy Kumi.
“To push the game in their favor, they called some people in Black to help them,” a fuming Viric said after the game.
“They weren’t helping today and for me I am so sad because as a coach, I live for football, I think about my players and formation and sometimes I make mistakes.
“But on the pitch, players must be the ones to decide the outcome of the game and I’m so proud of my players.
“They played an amazing game with character and bravery. It is true that we didn’t play well in the last third but it doesn’t matter.
“Let players decide who is going to win."