Nsajigwa blasts St Louis for parking the bus

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Yanga will need any draw to qualify for the next stages with any loss seeing them eliminated

After the hard fought 1-0 victory at home in CAF Champions League  against St Louis of Seychelles, Yanga Assistant Coach Shedrack Nsajigwa has blamed their opponent for parking the bus for all he 90 minutes of the game.

Yanga who usually have easy game when they meet opponents from Seychelles, had to wait till the 67th minute to score the only goal of the match, with St Louis goal keeper making several key saves to make sure that visitors remained in the game.

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Speaking to Goal Nsajigwa said that after getting a hard time to break the opponents and find the net they tried to change formation but still their opponents kept their shape with playing nine players at the back.

"Before the game our aim was to kill our opponents very early before half time but St Louis’ disturbed us and we couldn’t reach our target" said Nsajigwa.

Yanga will need any draw to qualify for the next stages with any loss seeing them eliminated.

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