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).

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“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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