Former assistant coach of Sudanese club, Al- Khartoum Watani, Emeka Amadi, believes 2017 Aiteo Cup winners Akwa United have all it takes to overturn their first leg 2-0 loss suffered in Sudan because luck was just against them in the first leg.

Amadi, who spoke to in Abuja, said with what he saw in the first leg, Akwa just needs to be clinical in front of goal to edge out their opponents.

“I believe it’s not yet over for them against Hilal. I watched the first leg and with what I saw of Akwa United, I am sure they can overturn the result in Uyo. But they must learn to convert their chances because it’s only goals that win you matches,” Amadi said.

The former Rangers of Enugu sporting director further praised the professional level of the Sudanese league, positing that the Nigerian league can also learn from it.

Akwa United will host Al-Hilal next Tuesday at the Godswil Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo, with a group stage berth up for grabs.