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Enyimba coach set focus on return leg

13 February 2016, 20:44Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Enyimba coach Paul Aigbogun has shifted attention on the return leg, first round tie of the CAF Champions League against Vipers after suffering a 1-0 away defeat in the first leg on Friday.

Second half goal by Erisa Sekisambu gave the home side maximum points in a game officiated by Israel Lemayian Mpaima, Joshua Achila - AR1, Olivier Odhiambo - AR2 and Anthony Ogwayo - Reserve.

Aigbogun said his side lost a lot of chances in a game they should not have lost, but the next game, Enyimba feature a full squad to counter the result and advance to the next round.

Also read: Enyimba land in Uganda for CAF CL clash against Vipers

“We should not have lost this game. We had enough chances to win. I believe we will advance to the next around.

"In the next game we would have our full squad and play very differently from how we did today. It's not over for us."

"Vipers have shown what they are capable of, scoring with a rare chance at goal. We too will show what we can do at home," Aigbogun said.

The team has already returned in Nigeria for the second leg will be played at the Enyimba Stadium in Aba.

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