Medeama president Moses Armah is confident that his club will qualify for the knockout stages of the CAF Champions League after their 2-1 victory over CR Belouizdad on Friday.
The Mauve and Yellow were bruised in Cairo by the defending champions Al Ahly 3-0 on matchday 1 and needed all three points last Friday against Belouizdad.
Medeama won 2-1 thanks to a powerful late header from Mamudu Kamaradini in the injury time of the game to record their first-ever win at the Money Zone.
Moses Armah was delighted with Medeama’s performance against the Algerian giants and is targeting another three points when they host Yanga on Friday, December 8.
“My players performed admirably against CR Belouizdad, they were enthusiastic going into the game, which aided us,” the Ghanaian businessman told Akoma FM.
“We’re going all out against Young Africans, and we’re going to win. We are going to qualify from the group, and I want to take this opportunity to thank the people of Kumasi.
“I am still asking them to support us this Friday, and we will not let them down. Medeama will, without a doubt, advance to quarter-finals.”
Medeama SC will host Young Africans of Tanzania on Friday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.