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Two-goal hero Gyang says It wasn't easy

30 October 2015, 11:05

Jos - Giwa FC hero Amos Gyang admitted it wasn't easy as his side fought back to beat hard fighting Wikki Tourists 3-2 at the Rwang Pam Stadium on Wednesday.

A brace from Gyang and a perfect penalty strike by Mohammed Saleh ensured that the Jos Elephants maintained their continental ambitions, but not before Sabo Idris had silenced the crowd in Jos in the 10th minute.

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“There is nothing easy in football, even less so at professional level, and we had to work hard to turn the score line around and get three important points,” admitted the delighted Gyang in an interview with News24.

“When they were ahead we still had a good feeling, although it was better we fought so hard to move to second on the ladder.

“Wikki Tourists gave a good fight, it was like war on match-day. They were determined and paraded fit players. Glory be to God we won the battle.

“Now we can start to think about Sunday's match in Owerri against Heartland, a team that have talented players and one that will be difficult to overcome.

“They narrowly lost to FC IfeanyiUbah and are a side that has some very good players. This group is very well balanced and everybody can beat everybody else so in every game we must work as if it is the last.”

Gyang thanked his team mates for their contribution to his brace feat on Wednesday and urged them to continue the fantastic work that they started on.

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