Ahead of their First Round CAF Confederations Cup second leg clash against US Ben Guerdane, Bandari midfielder Collins Agade has revealed that keeping a clean sheet and scoring is part of their blueprint in the game.
Bandari posses a massive 2-0 advantage heading into the clash against Ben Guerdane after Abdalla Hassan and Yema Mwana netted in the first leg. The Dockers need any kind of draw, a win or a loss by less than a one-goal margin. Bernard Mwalala's side could write history by becoming the first Kenyan side to qualify for the tournament via the Preliminary qualification round should they win and advance past the play offs.
Speaking to futaa, Agade revealed how Bandari will approach the Ben Guerdane clash, "It was a good game (first leg), that was just the first half so I pray that in Tunisia we try and keep a clean sheet and try and score in order to qualify."
Prior to the match against Guerdane, Bandari players had failed to score with Agade admitting that he was delighted they broke the duck, "I felt good because as you said it has been long since we last scored a goal and managed a win so I would like to big up our striking force and I'm confident we will get a goal in Tunisia.
The former Muhoroni Youth midfielder also explained how they managed to beat the Tunisian side a fortnight ago, "We had to press them upfront because we knew they would waste a lot of time and keep the ball so keeping them under pressure and hitting them on the counter was our game plan."