Emmanuel Amuneke has said he hopes his Sudanese club Al Khartoum Watani start scoring goals after they recorded their second straight draw in the league.
“We drew the first game at home and the second away from home also ended in a stalemate. The boys must start scoring goals to justify the good football they play,” the Nigerian coach tasked.
“We ought to have won the match right from the first half, but the boys were simply wasteful in front of goal.
“We will work on the team scoring goals because we have been creating chances which is good for our confidence, but we will get it right when the boys start scoring goals.
“I have so much belief in the strikers, they have done it in pre-season where they scored a lot of goals. And they need to do it again in the league proper so as to achieve our aim as a team.”
He added: “We fought hard to pick that away point, which is good, and hopefully we will consolidate at home in our Week 3 match by winning for the fans the first three points of the season.”
By Kola Daniel