By Obaloluwa Joshua, LAGOS
Rivers United head coach Stanley Eguma blamed his team’s poor marksmanship for their defeat to Dreams FC in Sunday’s CAF Confederation Cup clash.
Dreams FC were running away 2-0 winners before Alex Oyowah halved the deficit in stoppage time.
The Ghana FA Cup winners scored in either half.
“They ( Dream FC) got their chances and converted them, especially in the first half.
We had a load of chances in the second half but unfortunately, we couldn’t convert those chances,” Eguma told reporters after the game.
“That was our greatest undoing today and I think we have to go back and work on those areas and come back stronger in the next game.”
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Rivers United will welcome Club Africain on Sunday, December 10, in their next game in the competition.