Enyimba head coach, Paul Aigbogun has charged his players to show respect to their weekend hosts’ Vital’ O FC of Burundi when they file out on Saturday in the second leg of the Caf Champions League first round tie slated for Bujumbura despite the Nigerian side holding a 5-1 lead from the first leg in Port Harcourt.
The former Warri Wolves handler stated that Enyimba would continue to improve and that he was thrilled that his wards have started scoring goals what he revealed had been lacking in their previous games.
“We are happy to add goals to our game today (Sunday). I disagree with the fact that we have not been playing well,” Aigbogun told Goal.
“We have, but we have not been scoring goals. We will get our act together and also improve in the NPFL too.
“Even though we have scored some goals in the first leg, we must give respect to our opponents and it is the reason why we must be prepared for the second leg. We won’t lower our guard at all.”
Enyimba will qualify for the second round of the Caf Champions League for the first time since 2011 should they triumph over the Burundians.


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