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Kenya’s coach Adel Amrouche has promised to make the return leg fixture of the 2014 FIFA world cup qualifier against the Super Eagles a very tough cracker as his team will make the match difficult for the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
This the coach confidently said as he rued his expulsion from the match on Saturday which to him was the reason why the Harambee Stars of Kenya succumbed to the Super Eagles thereby settling for a 1-1 draw at UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar.
The Harambee Stars stretched the African champion to their fullest on Saturday but were forced by the Super Eagles to conceding a goal in stoppage time thanks to Nnamdi Oduamadi’s brilliant strike.
Meanwhile in reaction to Saturday’s world cup qualifying clash, Nigerian football fans expressed confidence that the Super Eagles will usurp the Harambee Stars of Kenya in the second leg despite the 1-1 draw they could record on home soil.
They also backed the Super Eagles of Nigeria on their performance on Saturday saying the team is improving, even though some still feel that the 1-1 draw is an indication that the pressure now lies with the Super Eagles and they are to raise their game and avoid complacency as every team will be gunning to earn victory against them in any game played so as to make a statement for they are the reigning African champions.
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