Shafiu Mumuni 'very happy' with his first hat-trick in Confederation Cup Featured
25 Aug

Shafiu Mumuni 'very happy' with his first hat-trick in Confederation Cup

The Miners captain has described himself as "very happy" following his three-goal contribution to ensure their qualification to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup.

Ashanti Gold SC striker Shafiu Mumuni has expressed his delight at scoring his first hat-trick for the club in the competition.
The 24-year-old registered his first-ever hat-trick in the CAF Confederation Cup for Ashanti Gold SC as they whipped Equatorial Guinean side Akonangui FC 3-0 at home to qualify on 4-1 aggregate.
Speaking after the match, Mumuni revealed that he was delighted with his and the team's performance against Akonangui FC at the Len Clay Stadium on Saturday.
"I'm very happy with the hat-trick today and also the victory over them [Akonangui FC]," Mumuni said after the game.
"We were determined to eliminated them with more goals in the early minutes of the match and it happened so we are pleased with the result despite not adding more after recess".
"We achieved the victory together as a team with a great performance and hoping to knockout our next opponent [RS Berkane]. We thank the fans for their unflinching support before and during the match"
Ashanti Gold will host Moroccan side RS Berkane next month in the first leg tie before traveling to the North African country fourteen days later for the reverse leg.
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