The playmaker was an unusual skipper of the day as his outfit were held to a goalless draw in Kumasi.
The result has left the Phobians 10th on the table, three places behind the Academy Boys.
"It felt different and I am really proud to captain Hearts in our match with Wafa," Cobbinah told his club's official website.
"I would have loved to cap the day with victory but it did not happen that way.
"I feel we wasted a lot of chances in the first half. Things would have been different if we had taken the lead.
"The result feels like we lost the match because of the way we played.
"We played really well but just that we could not do what matters most - which is put the ball at the back of the net.
"You can see we are all disappointed and unhappy with the result."
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