By Erik Chiputula
The Area 36 outfit crumbled against the Uganda side in Kampala and the coach is optimistic of overturning the deficit in the second leg.
Makawa is hopeful of Masters Security Comeback Against Proline FC at Bingu National Stadium after their 3-0 defeat in Sunday’s CAF Confederation Cup game.
Ivan Bogere’s hatrick gave the Ugandan side first leg advantage in their first ever CAF game.
Now it means Masters needs to score more than three times and avoid Conceding a goal in the second leg to progress to the second round of the competition.
Speaking to Journalists after their 1-1 draw against Kamuzu Barracks, coach Abasi Makawi is optimistic his charges will overturn first leg result.
“Still got another 90[minutes] , they scored thrice why not us?”
“They used home ground advantage, their supporters were vital to their victory I think we will have the same advantage and progressing is possible” said Makawa.
This is the second time for Masters Security FC to participate in CAF Confederations Cup, in 2017 they were booted out by Angolan Side Petroleum de Rwanda in the preliminary round.