In-form Emeka Ogbugh goes into today’s rescheduled match at Kano Pillars with great confidence following his goal scoring form in recent matches for Rivers United.
Ogbugh has scored three goals in the last three matches for Stanley Eguma’s side to get back to scoring ways and underline his credentials.
No surprise United secured his services from relegated Heartland on the eve of the term considering his potential.
Talk about confidence, Ogbugh has it back as he seeks to extend his goal scoring form this term.
“The goals have boosted my confidence. If I continue this way, it will not only help Rivers United, but also help my career,” he stated ahead of Thursday’s match in Kano.
Ogbugh has scored in back-to-back matches against Wikki Tourists, Akwa United and Rangers, respectively.
2017 AITEO CUP
Minda FC (Benue) 1-3 Tornadoes Feeders (Niger)
Moyero FC (Ondo) 3-1 Fashmog FC (Ekiti)
Young Talent (Sokoto) 2-5 Halfa FC (Jigawa)
Ayade Babes (Cross River) 1-0 Lexington FC (Taraba)
Kaka FC (Kaduna) 0 – 0 Potiskum Academy (Yobe) (5-6 penalties)
FC Galadima (Kebbi) 1-1 Jarma FC (Zamfara) (5-4 penalties)
Sam Daddy FC (Imo) 0 – 2 Coal City FC (Enugu)
Spartan FC (Lagos) 3-1 JCTC FC (Ogun)
IfeanyiUbah Feeders (Nnewi) 2- 2 Cynosure FC (Ebonyi) (4-3 penalties)
George Turnah FC (Bayelsa) Vs Ngwa FC (Ebonyi) – Umuahia
* Tornadoes Feeders, Moyero FC, Halfa FC, Ayade Babes, Potiskum Academy, FC Galadima, Coal City FC, Spartan FC and IfeanyiUbah Feeders are into the Round of 6