Triangle United coach Taurai Mangwiro says the team will try to overturn the first-leg deficit in the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs against Mauritanian side FC Nouadhibou.
The Sugar Boys suffered a 2-0 loss in the Western African country on Sunday, leaving them with a tall order ahead of the second leg at Barbourfields this Sunday.
“Going into the second leg we know we have an uphill task ahead of us,” said Mangwiro, according to the Herald.
“It may seem insurmountable because we have a deficit to clear and I believe we still have a very good chance.
“All we need is to remain focused, work on our conversion rate and at the same time we don’t want to be conceding because an away goal for them would mean a lot.”
TRiangle United are taking part in the CAF interclub competitions for the first time in their history. Kick-off is at 3 pm.
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