Kano Pillars handball player, Aminu Adamu says no team is unbeatable at the second phase of the 2019 Prudent Energy Handball League in Lagos.
Adamu stated this after the victory against Borno Spiders 26 to 18 goals at the outdoor court of Rowe Park, Yaba.
The National beach handball player told www.aclsports.com that Kano Pillars want to maintain their winning streak after losing a match at the first phase of the league in Abuja.
He said, “The way the league is, nobody is too sure of lifting the trophy and anything can happen but for now, no team is unbeatable. Kano Pillars want to maintain our stand, top the log and improve on our game as the league goes on. For this moment, Kano Pillars wants to keep counting the momentum.
“Our second game against Borno Spiders was tough but we are picking gradually. The first half was a bit tensed but with time I and my teammates got our rhythm back”.
Adamu said returning to Kano Pillars after a short stint with Kada Stars reshaped his career.
He said, “It has not been easy because I was away from Kano Pillars my home team for the past two seasons. The way it is going right now, I am meeting up and playing for the club I started my career which is a plus to my profile”.