Super Eagles prospect, Omoh Michael, believes Orebro SC were unlucky to share the spoils with Atvidabergs in last Saturday’s Svenska Cupen 1-1 draw, insisting their opponents will live to fight another day.
In a chat after the game, the former Dalkurg FC striker opined that Orebro SC will return to the drawing board and come up with a better plans to overrun Other opponents in the group.
Nahir Besara opened scoring for Orebro SC in the first 45th minutes to end the first half on high. The game dragged on in the second half with both side seeking an edge in the game. Orebro were already celebrating their hard fought three points before Samuel Holm leveled for Atvidabergs in 90th minutes to silence the home fans.
Omoh, however, expressed confidence in the ability of his side to bounce back into reckoning after Orebro dropped to third on the table with one points. Hacken leads the group with three points.
“It was a tough game but we have to keep fighting and working hard to ensure we qualify from the group
“We will do our best to win our next game and then qualify from the group,” he said