Godbless Asamoah’s early effort for Stanley Eguma’s men was canceled by Amos Gyang whose strike opened Sai Masu Gida’s goal account and point away from home in a rescheduled Nigeria Professional Football League Week Seven match at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium.
“We played a very good team that is representing Nigeria in the Caf Champions League,” Ikhana said in his post-match conference.
“They (Rivers United) are doing well in the Caf Champions League and are also a very crack team.
“I will say we are very lucky to have gotten a point in Port Harcourt.”
Following the draw, Kano Pillars are 11th on the log with 10 points and will welcome Katsina United in a Week 10 encounter on Sunday.