Rangers International of Enugu striker, Bobby Clement believes his side played with fatigue during Friday’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) game against Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministries (MFM) FC at the Agege Township Stadium.
Clement scored a consolation goal for the Flying Antelopes in a 2-1 loss to MFM after Sikiru Olatunbosun and Stephen Odey had scored two goals for the home team in each half.
MFM’s game on Friday was Rangers’ third matches in five days and the lanky forward believes congested fixtures was responsible for the outcome of the game.
He stressed that he and his teammates will continue to push hard to make an impact in the league this season.
“I think we tried our best and fatigue takes its toll on us today and we couldn’t help it. Playing three games in five days, it was not easy at all. We can’t cheat nature and that is what happened here today. We will keep working hard to see that we achieve something great for the club at end of the season,” Clement told SportingLife.