Vipers SC captain Milton Karisa does not want his side to be carried away with their 3-0 victory over Olympic Real de Bangui.
The Venoms had a strong start to their CAF Champions League qualification campaign by winning away from home on Saturday.
“We played according to plan and everything worked out well as the coach had guided us,” Karisa to the club media in the post-match interview.
“Every player put in an effort to see that we win the game and the belief everyone had helped us really a lot.”
“Looking at the result one may assume that the game was easy, no it was not it was the hard work that saw us through.”
“However, that was just the first leg of the game and we still have a second leg to play in which we have to conduct ourselves the same way.”
“The game is not over yet because in football dramatic things do happen so we have to strive for a win to advance to another stage,” he added.
The Uganda Premier League Champions will take their first leg advantage into the second leg that will be played at St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende on Saturday.
The winner on aggregate from Saturday’s encounter will take on TP Mazembe in the first round of the qualifiers.