Kano Pillars interim manager Ibrahim Musa says their target in Enugu was to beat Rangers in
honour of their fallen hero Chinedu Udoji who passed on seven days ago in a fatal car crash and was happy his boys came out with a positive result.
Rangers were just on the verge of coming away with maximum points when Junior Lokosa struck a late equaliser to bring visiting Kano Pillars back on level terms as both sides settled for the share of the spoils at The Cathedral on Sunday.
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Musa in an interview after the encounter said: "We came here to win for our late defender, Chinedu Udoji but I am happy with the result.
"Our being able to read perfectly the flow of the game helped us get this result as we continue to challenge for top prizes at the end of the season."
The management of Kano Pillars FC on Monday, February 19 confirmed the death of Udoji, who died in a ghastly auto crash in Kano late on Sunday.The late defender was involved in a car accident after visiting his former teammates at Enyimba FC in a hotel.