It was the second win of the season in front of their fans and of course it would go along way to shape their mission of gaining the NPFL ticket when the season ends.
Here is a critically look of the situation that brought about the three points for Saraki Boys.
The phenomenal of Three man defence.
The tactical design and style has relatively become the driving force of the Saraki boys in the new season, though a belief system of Coach Elijah which he said has really helped them in affording much pressure from the middle of the field and push fiercely more forward.
It was an approach that paid off yesterday before the wall began to crack towards the end of the game.
At the end, three points fell to their hand and they move up on the log.
Mubarak Gata’s effect.
The effects of the team ideology of young players promotion has really manifested in the Nigerian Under 17 trialist, Mubarak Gata.
The lad was too friendly with the ball and always has his long and short pass well looped.
An influential figure upfront, many of his damning execution caused an obvious insecurity in the back side of the visitors.
His nature became evident upon the little storm witnessed by the team not quite long to his removal.
Kogi United, the last job of ABS Coach.
It was profound leverage for Coach Yomi Elijah as he faced his former side.
Normally, It has always been an active basis of setting out for a game by Coaches wh whenever they face their former side.
Largely was this status quo reflection in the second win of the ilorin side victory.
An uninspired Kogi United.
Probably came into the game to share the spoils. The confluence state top side went unimpressive throughout the game even before the red card of Tenimu Abubakar, it was a disorder and toothless grips of the game from Kogi United.
Not too responsive and proactive, the Spectre of their performance was no doubt the reflect of the result and the meagre goal attempt.
Olusegun Olakunle Denmark deal.
This perhaps is good news from the Camp of ABS FC as one of their player and Nigerian U-17 World Cup attacker, Olusegun Olakunle has been signed off by a Denmark Club in an undisclosed fee.
It was reported that consequently upon the new deal, Olusegun father has been fully compensated while ABS FC wait to receive their cash transfer when the attacker attains 18 years of age.
The development is no doubt a huge motivation which galvanizes the players of the team as they pressed squarely for three points yesterday while vehemently protecting the lone goal they scored from the first half.