After overcoming rivals Rayon Sport FC in the quarter finals of the CECAFA Kagame Cup, APR FC midfielder Yannick Mukunzi says that focus now shifts to the Police game in the semi-finals.
The two sides face off on Friday and the number 6 says now focus shifts to that must win tie.
“It’s a tough game too. Police FC are a good side but we shall keep the discipline, togetherness and hard work which has taken this far. We have respect but no fear for any opponent,” a jovial Mukunzi told Kawowo Sports.
Mukunzi came off the bench in the 4-3 penalty shootout win over rivals Rayon Sport and converted APR FC’s first after skipper Ismael Nshutiyamagara had blasted his wide something he says was down to composure.
“I was confident of scoring in the shootout and thankfully I did,” the youthful midfielder stressed.
“It was tough taking a penalty after the captain had failed but I remained composed under pressure. Remember this was a derby,” he added.
The midfielder has so far been one of the tournament’s revelations.