Esperance coach, Maher Kanzari, is worried that the goalless draw his team achieved against Orlando Pirates earlier this month could come back to haunt them when the two teams meet again in the second leg of their CAF Champions League semi-final this Saturday.
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Pirates and Esperance played to a 0-0 draw in the first leg at Orlando Stadium earlier in October. According to Starafrica.com, Kanzari feels his side didn’t do themselves any good by failing to score in this game.
“The goalless draw is a very bad result for us. It will make problems for us, and we have to think about how to deal with them,” said Kanzari.
“The two teams are still with a 50 percent chance and the chances are the same,” added Kanzari.
Esperance need a win in this game because any scoring draw will end their chances of progressing to the final of the Champions League.
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