SuperSport made life easier for themselves in the return leg, by beating Don Bosco away from home, and most importantly keeping a clean sheet in the Caf Confederations CupSuperSport United kicked off their Caf Confederations Cup campaign with a 1-0 win away to DRC outfit Don Bosco on Sunday afternoon.
United had to wait until the last 12 minutes of the game to score the important goal that strengthened their chances of progressing to the next stage of the competition.
Coach Gavin Hunt believes that it is not over yet, because they will still be playing Don Bosco here at home, for the second leg in the next two weeks.
“It’s only half time in this fixture, as we still have to face them again in two weeks time,” said Gavin Hunt to the SuperSport United official twitter account.
Having seen the kind of performance Don Bosco put at home, Hunt believes that Bosco is a good side, and that United should not take them for granted in the second leg.
“The second leg is going to be very tough, they (Don Bosco) can easily score an away goal,” said Hunt.
Hunt was also impressed with the standard of the turf his team played in, and unlike in other African countries, United mentor thinks the stadium was in great condition.
“The stadium was absolutely magnificent,” the club’s official twitter account wrote.