The Masu Gida boss looks ahead to their second leg encounter with the Porcupine Warriors in the continental championship
Ghanaian outfit Kotoko and Nigeria‘s Pillars are set for a second leg decider in Kumasi, two weeks after the latter registered a 3-2 triumph in the preliminary first round first leg tie at the Sani Abacha Stadium.
The winners on aggregate secured their passage to face Hafia FC of Guinea or Tunisian club Etoile du Sahel in the second round of the championship.
“Asante Kotoko is a very good side but our aims can’t be defeated because we have two [options] and they are either a win or draw,” Musa told Ghanaian radio outfit Nhyira FM.
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“But we are not even thinking of a draw.
“We are going to capitalise on the mistakes of Asante Kotoko and we are also working on the strength of Asante Kotoko.”
In Pillars’ last appearance in the Champions League, they were eliminated in the first round following a 2-1 aggregate loss to Smouha of Egypt in 2015.