Kano Pillars head coach, Musa Ibrahim was not happy with his side’s 2-1 loss to Abia Warriors in the matchday2 of the 2018 Aiteo Cup group stage but insists they are still on track.
Masu Gida fell to the Umuahia Warriors at the Agege Township Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
“I just think we ended the final 30 minutes of the game poorly, we allowed them far too much space and respect,” Musa Ibrahim said to Futbalgalore.com after the game.
“They got a late goal, I think that cost us at the end of the day, we probably didn’t create enough opportunities, not clinical enough in the final third, lacking the delivery and quality of the final pass.
“It’s obviously important that we maintain our composure, I still believe we on track where we wanted to be with one game to go, so we still got a lot of hard work to do with the Kwara United match coming up,” he added.