NPFL: Eguma Delighted As Rivers United Drown Niger Tornadoes
Rivers United Head Coach, Stanley Eguma has expressed satisfaction with his team’s performance over the weekend.
They thumped Niger Tornadoes 2-0 in their NPFL Match Day 9 tie.
Eguma at his post-match conference said Sunday’s win is a sign of better things to come for the Garden City team.
“This (victory) is a sign of good things to come. There is (an) improvement (in the team’s play) as we scored twice even though we missed so many other (scoring opportunities).
“Creating chances have never been a problem for us; it is our ability to put those chances away that have always been the issue.
“It happens in the home and away matches but I am happy that we were able to convert two today and I am optimistic that we will do better in subsequent games,” he said.
Osita Chikere and Emeka Ogbugh struck in the first half as Rivers United earned all three points in a keenly-fought NPFL contest decided in Port Harcourt.
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