Former Kano Pillars defender Stephen Eze, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the result of their game against Botev Plodiv on Sunday.
Lokomotiv Plodiv played out a goalless draw with Botev Plodiv, in a keenly contested tie with Stephen Eze nullifying all the attacking threat of Botev.
Eze joined Lokomotiv after an outstanding performance for the home-based Eagles at the recently concluded African Nation Championship in Morocco.
Former FC Ifeanyi Ubah defender, expressed feelings on his Instagram page on Monday morning and he also appreciates fans for their support.
“DRAW, we would have loved a win but we take the point against #Botevplodiv and move on. The atmosphere at the stadium was electric and the support of our fans kept us going till the last minutes!
“Thank you for the encouragement. We promised to be back with our finest football for the next game against #septemvri”.
Eze joining Lokomotiv Plodiv made it three Nigerians on the payroll of the club, with others include Mustapha Musa and Abdulahi Musa.