Oh Oh Obua!!

Last updated : 18 October 2009 By hearts-mad newsroom
The Tynecastle men were a goal down at half-time but emerged after the break ready to battle for their point. Andrew Driver forgot about the speculation surrounding his international career to score for the Jambos in the second half after Lee Miller had put the Dons ahead before the interval.

Csaba knows his team had chances to take all three points and accepted they need to do more in the final third to pick up points. "We can win every game but if you don't score you don't win," he said last night. "I think today, especially in the last twenty minutes we had chances to score."

"All week in training we work on tactics, and the ball moved well throughout the park but we missed chances to score. The players have to take responsibility on the pitch I can't do it for them."

The boss was quick to acknowledge Aberdeen also missed good chances, but he was shocked David Obua put a free header wide towards the end of the match which would surely have earned Hearts three points.

"It was easier to put the ball in the net than miss, but these things happen," he said. "Aberdeen had opportunities to score from free kicks and corners and they are always dangerous in these areas, I think a draw is a fair result."

Csaba brought Larry Kingston back into the team with a place on the bench and was pleased the midfielder is starting to put his troubled time behind him. "Larry must do a little more but he is taking baby steps," he explained. "We have brought him back into the team and brought him on, "It is up to him to do the work and he will build on his performance today."