The Ghanaians held their Burkinabe counterparts to a 2-2 drawn game in the first leg of the 2018 Champions of African Nations qualifier game played on Saturday.
Ghana opened the score in the first half through a spot which was calmly converted by striker Saddick Adams before the home team equalized.
WAFA’S Gideon Waja sent the away side into the league against in the second half but the home equalised in the dying embers of the game through Sawadogo.
Despite being happy with the results, the former Asante Kotoko trainer believes his men could have done better to prevent the goals.
“I am a bit worried about how we conceded the two goals because I felt we could have done better than that,” he said
“I think a 2-2 scoreline is not bad as we all know but we could have done better,” Konadu added.