Ashgold shot stopper Robert Dabuo has shifted the pressure away from his side in the CAF Champions league tie with OM Bejaia despite the slim first leg win.
The lanky custodian for the Miners powered the Ghana Premier League Champions to a 1-0 win over their Algerian opponents but has already slided the pendulum against their visitors ahead of the return leg on February 28, 2016 in Algeria.
The Ashgold goalie remained confident of picking the only ticket to the next stage of the competition as they look to build on their paltry lead.
The former Wa All Stars custodian set his sight on a double over their Algerian counterparts as they are bent on punishing their desperate visitors when the second leg kicks of in two weeks time.
The FIFA U20 World Youth Champion revealed the readiness of his side to capitalise on their expected all attack mentality to put the tie out of reach for Bejaia on their own back yard.
“We have won the first leg and they will be under pressure to equalise because they have to score at least two goals to progress.
“In the course of their attack we will punish them the more as they continue to attack.
“It is a win that will motivate us ahead of the domestic football season too”. Robert told sports crusader.
A solo finish from Tijani Joshua was enough to put Ashgold in pole position at the len Clay Sports stadium in the CAF Champions league preliminary rounds.
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