By Rahman Osman
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Hearts of Oak and Burkinabe international goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye is confident that a comeback is on the cards when they face Tunisian giants Esperance in a fortnight’s time.
The Phobians were left with a stiff mountain to climb after being outclassed and outplayed in the first leg tie of their CAF confederation cup encounter against Esperance.
Herbert Addo’s men were badly exposed and were fortunate to have come off with a 4-0 deficit.
The defeat meant the Phobians will have to mount one of the greatest comebacks ever in the history of the CAF confederation cup if they are to reach the desired money zone of the competition.
And Soulama who is turning out to being a bargain since signing on from rivals Asante Kotoko believes anything is possible.
“It’s true we had a bad day in Tunisia but that is it for us its past and gone and we know what we have to do,” Soulama told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“We have another ninety minutes to play and in football that is a long time and anything is possible.
“We have to acknowledge that Esperance is a good side but that is it we can overcome them if we play to our full potential.”
Hearts are 10th on the Ghana league table after the first round of the league games and will be desperate to at least reach the money zone of the confederation cup.
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