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The much talked about the Lagos derby ended in a stalemate at the Onikan stadium in a surprising low-key display against the wish and desires of everyone watching from the stadium and beyond.

The Oga boys, who were looking forward to their second win of the season put disappointment on the face of their fans, who wants the bragging right as who the king of Lagos football is but surprisingly the coach; Edema was satisfied with the game, speaking to journalist after the game.

” I am satisfied with the game. In football; you win, draw and lose some .I put in five midfielders to make sure they score but my attackers disappointed me” he further said amidst the rumour of his sack. “I am not under pressure, coaching is not an easy job. Decision making is one of the hardest parts of the job”.

Apart from the above highlight, the derby also witnessed Agbane Candy, the first goal scorer for the Oga boys this season, was listed in the starting eleven for the first time.

Pressure or no pressure; the fans and the supporters or the clubs were not satisfied.

Only time can indicate pressure.

Mudashiru Shittu