NPFL: Akwa United Coach Explains What Abia Warriors Did Right
After securing a well-deserved point against Abia Warriors, coach of Akwa United, Ali Jolomi has said they are satisfied with what they got from the game, BSNsports.com.ng can report.
The Promise Keepers stood their ground in Okigwe and secured a goalless draw against Abia Warriors.
During the post-match conference, Jolomi said their target was to get the full points but they are still happy with the one point following the 0-0 draw.
" We came for the maximum three points but with what happened in the game we appreciate this one point against Abia Warriors.
"Abia Warriors are good team, they gave us a tough time but I'm happy we are equal to the task.
"I actually came with a good plan to win the game, they caged my supplier in the middle and cut off all the channels and we were also able to frustrate their plan.
"Another issue in the game was that there was so much wind and it affected our style of play but we thank God for the one point," he told the club media.
Akwa United will have another tough match next as they face Rangers international of Enugu.