Burkina Faso’s Aristide Bance Thrilled with His Side’s Performance in The Total CAF Champions League.
Burkina Faso and former Augsburg striker Aristide Bance, is thrilled with his side’s performance against Zambia’s Green Buffaloes after the 33-year-old striker grabbed the second goal as Egyptian Premier League third-place occupants Al-Masry Port Said dominated the Zambians the entire game.
“We are thrilled with the result. It was very important to win at home, and I’m happy I scored,”
the forward said, in the aftermath of their CAF Champions League preliminary first-leg triumph.
The weekend victory puts former Pharaohs’ forward and gaffer Hossam Hassan on an impressive winning streak in the new season of the Champions League, making Bance all psyched up to keep up the ‘good work’ in the return-leg showdown in Lusaka.
“Playing under a great coach like Hossam Hassan is a privilege, and I will give my all for the team. Our target now is to continue the good work in the reverse leg,” the 2015 Finnish premier league winner said.
The veteran joined the Egyptian outfit July last year on a three-year deal from Ivorian top-flight side ASEC Mumisas.