Gor Mahia have been told to expect a tough battle when they face off with Malawian side Nyasa Big Bullets in the return leg of Caf Champions League on December 5.
The Kenyan representatives forced a slim victory against the Malawian side on Wednesday, but Nyasa’s tactician Callisto Pasuwa is still upbeat that he will pull a miracle at home.
The surest way for Pasuwa to overturn the one-goal deficit is by scoring at least once at home to force the match into extra time but for this to happen; the tactician knows too well he will let loose his players to attack the visitors.
“We have to score a goal if we are to make it to the next round. We will have to attack in the coming game. We have to be ruthless in front of goal if we are to score a goal,” warned Nyasa Bullets coach Callisto Pasuwa.
Benard Ondieki came off the bench to hand K’Ogalo the solitary goal, but Pasuwa now says that they will not repeat the same mistake that saw his side succumb in the dying minutes of the game after Gor Mahia capitalized on the space behind the defenders to score late into stoppage time.
“We played defensively and depended on the counter attacks because we had to be cautious. The tie isn’t over yet. We still have another 90 minutes of play
Gor Mahia are scheduled to depart for Malawi on Monday ahead of the return leg clash.