epa06587280 Joachim Ochieng of Kenyan club Gor Mahia (R) vies for the ball with Yassine Khenissi (L) of Tunisian club Esperance during the CAF Champions League first round match between Gor Mahia and Esperance Tunis, in Machakos, Kenya, 07 March 2018. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU
Friday Apr 13, 2018. 15:00
After bagging a 1-0 win in the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs first leg match in Nairobi, Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr says the win is not enough.
The boss said they will not sit back in South Africa, but will go all out in search of more goals to increase their lead.
Rwandan striker Jacques Tuyisenge converted from the penalty spot to hand K’Ogalo the win at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos last Sunday.
The Kenyan Premier League champions will carry a 1-0 advantage to Lucas Moripe Stadium in Pretoria, when the two sides meet in the second leg on April 17.
“This (win) is not enough. We came up against a very different side but we have to go there with a positive attitude, the way we did in Esperance,” Kerr said in a post-match interview.
Meanwhile, a draw for the Kenyans will see them progressing through to the group stages of the continental tournament.