Ghanaian youth international Enock Atta Agyei is glad after securing CAF Champions League Group Stage qualification with Guinean giants AC Horoya.
Horoya needed a Bolaji Simeon Sakin 52nd minute penalty to see off Racing d’Abidjan in Conakry after the first leg had ended 1-1.
Agyei, who was instrumental in the game was pleased with his side’s output and is looking forward to the next stage of the competition.
“Glory be to God for taking us to the group stage for champions league. We move.” He tweeted after the victory.
Glory be to God for taking us to the group stage for champions league. We move 🙏🦅 pic.twitter.com/6UlVXZValN
— Enock Atta Agyei (@enock_atta) January 6, 2021
Fellow Ghanaian Godfred Asante was also a pillar at the back for Horoya in the crunch encounter.