Ghana goalkeeper, Seidu Mutawakilu’s confidence for the league title and a continental slot has shot up after Rangers International thumped Sunshine Stars 4-1.
The Enugu based club made light work of Sunshine Stars in the Nigeria Professional Football League.
Mutawakilu stood tall between the sticks in 90 minutes to ensure Rangers did not go down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium on Sunday in match day 27.
Speaking to Africa-foot.com, the former Asante Kotoko Youth team and Hearts of Oak goalkeeper says, the big win is a step to achieving bigger things with Rangers.
“It’s a great win for the team and it’s a morale booster for us to contest for the league [title] and Africa slot.
“So we thank God and our fans and everybody for their support and the team.
“We are happy, we are one family so we hope to achieve our aim and objective.
“So we pray at the end of the season, we get a continental ticket.
“We pray to keep winning and keep getting good results home and away so that we get a good position on the league too.
“Because football is about winning and getting good results.” Seidu Mutawakilu told Africa-foot.com
Rangers are 6th on the league table with 42 points from 26 games.
They have an outstanding game to clear.
Rangers have picked eight points in the last five games, winning and drawing two each with one defeat.