Rangers deserve victory – Amapakabo


Enugu Rangers head coach Imama Amapakabo has said his side deserved the hard fought victory against Kwara United.
The Flying Antelopes came from behind to win 2-1 against the Harmony Boys in the Nigerian top flight match day 31 clash on Sunday at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu.

The llorin outfit got the match opener through striker Segun Alebiosu while the Coal City side scored two quick second half goals off the feet of duo Chisom Egbuchulam and Bobby Clement to claim the three points at stake.

Amapakabo said three points were crucial though his side could have ended the clash with a higher goal margin.

“Yes, coming from behind to win match is almost becoming a tradition but I think what matters at the end of the day is the three points which we have in our kitty.

“We knew right from start that it won’t be easy against a relegation bound team and Kwara United gave the encounter their everything.

“Of course, as a coach it will be unfair to say we were not the better side on match day after my boys came from behind to earn a deserved victory.”

“The goal margin would have been wider if we had converted the several chances that came our way.

“Anyway, I think the three points are key, it keeps us going and makes everybody happy,” said the former Sharks coach.

Rangers take their points haul to 43 from a possible 93 in the 31-week old Nigerian top flight.

Vanguard News


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