CAFCC: I know how to beat Rayon Sports Goalie – Adetunji Sunday

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The Enyimba International Stadium, Aba host a huge game when Rayon Sports of Rwanda face Enyimba FC in the 2nd Leg game of the CAF confederations Cup, Quarter Final.

The 1st Leg in Kigali ended 0-0 as both sides fired blanks for 90 minutes, this time surely, a winner must emerge after proceedings.

For Enyimba, they have a fair, not huge advantage, because any score draw favours the Rwandan side, but the advantage for the People’s Elephant is that they play at home, where massive support would be thrown at them.

Ahead of this crunch tie, Naijafootballplus.com had Adetunji Sunday, Enymba Striker, in a telephone Conversation, Saturday Morning and he rated the Rwandan team, and what the coach, Usman Abdallah told him, etc.

“They[Rayon] are a very good side, they looked very tough in Kigali, and they are a good side with tactical discipline and always ready to execute matches ” Adetunji Said.

The Striker also explained that there is a huge sign of positivity in the Enyimba camp and it would count for them on the pitch come Sunday.

“The past few days for the team has been full of intense practices, the spirit here in Camp is high because we all know how important the match is, I can tell that the team is in right spirit” Adetunji revealed

When being asked if the coach had a personal talk with him regards goalscoring, considering the team didn’t score away, Adetunji had this to say;

“Yes, I had a 20 minute chat with the coach, and he explained some vital points to me on how to beat the Rayon Sports goalkeeper, I have also practised it,  and I’m going to make it count on the pitch”

Most Nigerians, not Only the Aba fans will be the 12th man come Sunday as Enyimba being the only representative of Nigeria on the continent. For the 12th man, Adetunji expects that massive support and prayers From Nigerians is key.

“It’s key that Nigerians and Enyimba fans support us massively with their physical presence and their prayers wherever, they should expect nothing less than good football played from us.

“Most importantly we are heading to the Semi Finals of this Competition” Adetunji Concluded.

It’s an important game for Enyimba, and they know what must be done, but Rayon Sports also know what must be done better, in the end, it would swing to the side who wants it more.

 

 

Image Credit: Modo Victor Ekene

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