Anthony Laffor seems to have a scoring habit against Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) football club.
The Liberian forward came off the bench to score as Mamelodi Sundowns salvaged a 1-1 draw against KCCA FC at Phillip Omondi stadium on Saturday to eventually progress 3-2 on aggregate.
Laffor is not new to KCCA FC. This was his fourth appearance against Uganda’s champions and his second goal against them.
In 2009, viagra 60mg http://citrusresearch.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/uninstall.php Laffor was part of the Supersport FC squad that KCCA FC eliminated at the first round in the CAF champions league.
KCCA FC drew away in South Africa before winning the return leg 2-1 at Nakivubo. It was Anthony Laffor who scored the consolation goal for Super sport.
The 33 year old striker was full praise of his teammates for a spirited performance despite going a goal down.
“It was a team effort, about it http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/compat.php we conceded early in the game and the task was on us to go and forward and look for the goal,” he said.
“We had the belief to do it and we kept surging forward, good enough we got the goal,” Laffor indicated.
Laffor also applauded the coach for keeping the faith in him despite starting the game on bench.
“It doesn’t matter where you really begin but what you can offer and I believe it is the reason why he (Pitso Mosimane) brought me on,” he said.
The result (3-2 on aggregate) meant the defending champions progressed to the group stages while KCCA FC dropped to the Total CAF Confederation cup.