Niger Tornadoes were better, says Remo Stars’ Ogunmodede

The Sky Blues trainer admitted that his side just did not do well enough at home against Abubakar Bala's men in Sagamu

Remo Stars head coach Daniel Ogunmodede says his side lost to a better team following their 1-0 home defeat against Niger Tornadoes on Wednesday.

The Sky Blues suffered their second defeat in four home matches, no thanks to Chidebere Ajoku’s lone strike in Sagamu.

“It was a bad game for us. That’s not what we expected but the unfortunate thing is that the better side won,” Ogunmodede told Goal.

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“We lost a lot of scoring chances. We were always at their goal mouth knocking for a goal, but we couldn’t take those opportunities we had against Niger Tornadoes.

“It was quite unfortunate for us, but we have learn5our lessons. We look forward to rectifying those mistakes in our next game.”

With the Wednesday's defeat, Remo Stars are 19th on the NPFL log with six points from seven matches.

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