Ghanaian midfielder believes people’s elephant can draw inspiration from defeat to Sudanese giants
Saif Terry’s hat-trick proved too difficult for the two-time African champions in the first round, the first leg being played at the Al-Merrikh stadium in Khartoum in Omdurman.
While Enyimba’s chances of advancing to the group stage are slim, the Ghanaian who led the team in Austin Oladapo’s absence believes that if any lessons against the Sudanese giants are learned it will could inspire the team to a good run on both. the national and continental fronts.
“These kinds of results happen from time to time. Even the biggest teams sometimes suffer such defeats, but it all depends on how you handle it, ”Mohammed said. Enyimba website.
“We are experienced players and we know that if we continue to believe in ourselves and not dwell on it too much that can motivate us to have a good race.
“The coaches spoke to us, advised us to stay optimistic, and if every player can handle it that way, we can bounce back easily.
Fatai Osho’s men start their 2020-21 Nigeria The Professional Football League campaign with a local derby against Abia Warriors on Tuesday, and Mohammed wants his team to start building their balance from this duel.
“Abia Warriors is not an easy game but you have to start from there,” he added.
“We need to start building our confidence and getting back to winning ways because the league will be very competitive this season.
Osho’s side need to beat Didier Gomes Da Rosa’s side by four goals in the second leg billed for Aba in 2021 to have a chance to advance to the group stage. Otherwise, they would be demoted to the Caf Confederation Cup.
During the previous decade, Enyimba found success on the mainland after defeating EgyptIsmaily will become the first Nigerian team to win the Caf Champions League before defending their title the following year.