Fiamenyo: I can score any time I want against Yanga

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The Ghanaian ace has been instrumental for Ingwe in the league back at home and was a pillar when they played against Singida United in their first match of the Super Cup competition.

He believes his team will beat the Tanzanian titans to book a slot for the final match with an aim of lifting the trophy.

“Any chance that I will gate I will score. I can score any time if I want. If the chance comes I will score. I’m in top form. I don’t have any problem. I saw how Yanga played so I hope they will be in trouble.

“We traveled from Kenya to this country in order to win this tournament. We are very prepared for the next game.  We finished the first game we are okay, now we put it aside, we are focusing on the next game so we are going to do anything in order to win the match.

“We are not going to penalties with Yanga, we are going to beat Yanga in the regulation time because we want to win this tournament,” he told P Live.

In the other semifinal encounter, Gor Mahia will meet National Super League side Nakuru AllStars to battle for the final spot.

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