Gor Mahia leading scorer Jacques Tuyisenge warns against complacency

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Gor Mahia hammered the mailmen 5-0 in the last meeting, two months ago

Despite the fact that Gor Mahia has not lost any match to a local opponent this year in all competitions, striker Jacques Tuyisenge feels that is not enough reason for his team to brag before tackling Posta Rangers.

The two teams will face each other on Wednesday at Kasarani in the Shield Cup round of sixteen, where the winner will proceed to the quarterfinals.

The Rwandese, who 11 league goals for Gor Mahia, is however optimistic his team will progress.

"Posta Rangers is a good team with experienced players, yes people say it is an easy game but in real sense, it is not.

"As a matter of fact, it has never been easy against any team, we say it is when we have played and won.

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"Our main aim is to progress to the quarter-finals and go all the way and win it, we know with determination nothing can go wrong."

The last time the two sides met was two months ago where Gor Mahia hammered the mailmen 5-0.


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