Kano Pillars’ Adamu Mohammed says they were disappointed following Sunday’s disappointing outing against Plateau United at the Sani Abacha Stadium.
Kano Pillars had last week failed to halt the upward movement of Coach Kennedy Boboye and his Plateau United, with the away draw position United well for the league shield.
Mohammed, who watched the game from the stands as he had just resumed training few days prior, believes his side were unlucky not to have claimed maximum points from the league leaders.
“The draw against Plateau United really pained us. We prepared very well for the game and expected a routine win, but our opponents had other plans. They frustrated our tactics and defended for the most part of the game. They managed to get a goal and sat on it and when we scored ours we thought we could get another one,” Mohammed said