Dynamo Moscow midfielder Aziz Abdul Tetteh insists has the mental strength to bounce back from his red card disappointment against Arsenal Tula in the opening day of the Russian Premier League.
The defensive midfielder’s league opener appearance turned to despair when he was controversially sent off with just eight minutes on the clock following a tangle with Arsenal Tula’sÂ Kantemir Berkhamov.
Despite the Ghanaian expulsion, coachÂ Dmitry Khokhlov’s side held their own to earn a point from the match.
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The incident has inevitably left the former Platanias captain feeling despondent but reckons he will come back stronger.
“I was a bit down after the game and didn’t really say much,” Tetteh said.
“But I’ve settled down a bit now. I’mÂ just looking to move forward and that’s all I can do. I was doing well up until then and hopefully I’ll back soon.”
“TheÂ red cardÂ was an exaggeration, and I hope itÂ willÂ never happen to me again.”
“I’ll hopefully get another opportunity and will repay the faith coachÂ Khokhlov has shown in me since I arrived here in January.”
Tetteh is expected to return for the home clash against Ufa on Match Day 4.