Junior Lokosa could win his first major silverware since leaving Kano Pillars to join African Champions Esperance de Tunis as the Tunisian side reached the Champions League final on Saturday.
Esperance put in a spirited performance in Lubumbashi to come away with a clean sheet and a 1-0 aggregate win against the five time champions, and Lokosa played 13 minutes on the day.
— Espérance de Tunis 💯 (@ESTuniscom) May 4, 2019
The Nigeria international, who only joined the Champions League holders in the Summer, has made three appearances for them in the competition this season.
Last season, Lokosa came close to helping Pillars end an Aiteo Cup trophy hoodoo, but they fell short losing to Rangers, 4-2 on penalties after an enthralling 2-2 result in regulation time.