Super Eagles and former Kano Pillars forward Junior Lokosa has expressed his dissatisfaction followingEsperance’ lone goal win over TP Mazembe in the CAF Champions League first leg semi-finals.
A Youcef Belaili goal gave holders Esperance of Tunisia a 1-0 win over TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday in their African Champions League semi-final first leg.
An intended cross from the Algerian winger evaded Ivorian goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo on 51 minutes of a tight match on the outskirts of Tunis.
It was the sixth consecutive win this season by Esperance in the elite African club competition while Mazembe surrendered a six-match unbeaten run.
In a chat with brila.net, Lokosa said the lone goal is a win but not too good as they face a very good Mazembe side in a second leg away from home.
Lokosa, a former Kano Pillars player and one-time leading scorer of the NPFL was once called up to play for the Super Eagles in a friendly encounter against Congo in Asaba but could not make the final squad going to the 2018 World cup in Russia.
Meanwhile, Wydad Casablanca edged Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa 2-1 in Morocco on Friday.
Both second legs are next Saturday with Mazembe facing Esperance in Lubumbashi and Sundowns playing Wydad near Pretoria.