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Gyang rues Nasarawa draw, hopeful against El-Kanemi

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Gyang rues Nasarawa draw, hopeful against El-Kanemi

Following their matchday 16 1-1 draw against Nasarawa United on Wednesday, Kano Pillars winger Amos Gyang has expressed his disappointment over the result that made them drop points on the log.

In the tie which took place at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano, Mubarak Said put the home side ahead in the eighth minute of the game, but Nasarawa’s Adamu Hassan spoiled their fun with the equalizer on 57 minutes.

Gyang feels his side let themselves down in the game at a time the NPFL season appears very competitive.

“I’m disappointed with the result, to be honest. We let ourselves down. Everyone is not happy that we dropped points at home,” he told Supersport.

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“We have to take a hard look at ourselves because we let the fans down with this draw. We lost a lot of chances to win the game.

“That is beyond us now. It won’t be good to dwell on our mistakes but we are going to learn from them and work harder moving forward.

“The next game is our focus. We have to get something against El-Kanemi this weekend. They are a strong side but we will do our best to defeat them,” Gyang added.

Pillars’ clash with the Maiduguri side will take place on Sunday.

 

 

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