CAF CC: FOSA foresee dominance over Leopards in return leg

CAF CC: FOSA foresee dominance over Leopards in return leg

12 Feb, 11:00

FOSA Juniors head coach Bob Kootwijk is impressed with his side display against Kenya's AFC Leopards in the CAF Confederations Cup match at Bukhungu stadium on February 12th, 2018.

Appearing critical to Leopards long balls, the Dutchman said he is sure that his team will be dominant in the second leg at own turf. The 1-1 means that the Madagascan outfit enjoys an away goal advantage.

Survival chance 

“I am very pleased with how we played today though I feel we should have won with the chances we got. We played very well especially in containing their long balls and for the second leg, we will be more dominant,” Kootwijk said after the match.

Yussuf Mainge had put Ingwe ahead but Rado Mbolassoa cancelled the lead to force the home fans into silence. Now Leopards will focus on their next league assignment against Wazito probably in mid week.

READ: FOSA rally to hold Leopards in CAF CL action

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