Ngezi Platinum confident of victory

Ngezi Platinum confident of victory
Published: 16 March 2017 (528 Views)
NGEZI Platinum Stars captain Liberty Chakoroma has warned rival Recreativo do Lilobo of Angola to expect a tough match  during the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup first round tie at National Sports Stadium on Saturday. 

Chakoroma, who scored the away goal in Angola last weekend is confident of victory.

"I think we are in the right shape as everyone is looking forward to the game. It is a must-win encounter and we are not taking any chances" he is quoted saying.

"This game will be totally different from the first match as we now have a better understanding of our opponents.

"The first match was tricky as we were playing a team we hardly knew, but this time we have a better understanding of our opponents.

"The guys have been working hard at training and I hope we are going to come out with a positive result on Saturday," said Chakoroma.

Ngezi Platinum are expected to overturn a 2-1 deficit that they suffered in Liboli.



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