Rangers International defender, Isiaka Oladuntoye has expressed displeasure with the officiating in their win over Kwara United in the NPFL on Wednesday.
Rangers defeated Kwara 2-1 in Ilorin courtesy of two first half goals from Ifeanyi George and midfielder, Godwin Aguda, in a rescheduled Match Day six match.
The victory sees the Flying Antelopes claim their first three points on the road this season, which also ensured they take charge of Group A as leaders.
Speaking on the game, Oladuntoye, who wore the armband on his return to his hometown [Ilorin] was happy to have led his side to victory, but also condemned the officiating of the game.
“I am very happy to have captained Rangers to our first away win of the season, ” he said.
“It was a tactical game, but the referee did not allow us to play. After the first half, the officiating changed and this affected our game.”
The former Enyimba player, also spoke on what it meant for him returning to Ilorin, where he spent five seasons with the Harmony Boys.
“I am happy because I played in Kwara [United] for five seasons before I left, ” he added.
“So, to have returned home to show them my ability and we won, i am very very happy.”
With their victory in Ilorin, Rangers, who still have three outstanding games, now lead Group A with 24 points from 11 matches, one point ahead of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, MFM.