Tshishimbi warns against complacency

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Yanga who beat St. Louis 1-0 in the first leg will need only a draw to go through to the next round

Yanga’s Congolese midfielder Papy Kabamba Tshishimbi has warned his teammates against complacency and not to underestimate their opponents St Louis when they play the second leg of their preliminary Caf Champions League match.

The Young Africans who beat St. Louis 1-0 in the first leg of the CAF Champions League preliminary round will need only a draw to go through to the next round.

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"We need to respect our opponents because they are at their home, but Yanga is a big team and we are supposed to show it by winning the match and qualifying for the next stage,” said Tshishimbi to Goal.

The Congolese was also confident that whoever starts the match for the Jangwani outfit will make sure they fight and win the match.

Yanga left for Seychelles on Sunday and will be without their star striker Obrey Chirwa who picked up a hamstring injury during the team’s last premier league clash against Majimaji.

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