Enugu Rangers players vow to beat Recreativo Libolo and qualify for group stage of Caf Champions League

Players of the Enugu side remain confident they will be able to cause an upset in Angola against Libolo
Enugu Rangers players are confident they can cause an upset and defeat Recereativo Libolo in the second leg game of their Caf Champions League tie after the first leg ended 0-0.

The first leg game at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium ended goalless and some of the players told Goal.com that they will do well in Libolo and qualify for the group stage of Caf Champions League.

Chibuzor, Okonkwo, Ugonna Uzochukwu and Chinedu Sunday are optimistic inspite of the goalless draw in Enugu, they will travel to Libolo in Angola to qualify for the group stage.

Chibuzor Okonkwo noted that it is not over for the Enugu based side. "Yes we played a goalless draw at home. But it is not over yet. In Enugu, they played a highly defensive game and did not come out to play except on few occassions.

"I know they will be under pressure at home because they will want to win. And because they want to win, they will come out to play, which will give us an advantage.

"And our injured players will be fit for the second leg which will strengthen the team."

Ugonna Uzochukwu revealed that it will not be easy for the Angolan side as they will be in a hurry to score as that will expose them at the back.

"I know that the goalless draw we played in Enugu is not a good result. But we are determined to go to Libolo to prove a point.

"We are not mindful of the fact that they will come at us from the first minute of the game. But that will give us an advantage as we can punish them on the counter.

"We are going to be prepared for the second leg game. All I know is that at the end of the match, Rangers will emerge victorious and qualify for the group stage of the competition," Ugonna boasted.

Another players who is sure they will get something out of the final game of the second round match is Chinedu Sunday. He told Goal.com after the first leg game that they will prove bookmakers worng in the second leg.

"We know that a lot of people have written us off. But we want to assure them that we will do our best to qualify," Sunday concluded.