Ganaru expressed disappointment at the attitude of fans who criticised his team during and after their week four game last Sunday against the Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan (3SC).
NAN recalls that the game played at the Lafia Township Stadium had ended goalless.
“So, the attitude of our fans in this regard is terrible and bad. I think they need enlightenment,’’ the coach said.
NAN reports that Nasarawa United players played a different kind of game against Kano Pillars, compared to their performance in the outing against 3SC some days earlier.
They exhibited better skills, discipline and hunger for goal in the first half.
For their efforts, they were rewarded with two goals in the first half through Esosa Igbinoa.
He capitalised on an error by the Kano Pillars defenders to slot in from close range in the 26th minute.
In the 39th minute, Igbinoa struck again after combining well with Munir Obanle.
After the break, the Kano Pillars’ trio of Rabiu Ali, Ezekiel Mba and Ekpai Moses took control of the game, but the Nasarawa United defence held on.
NAN reports that the resistance of the home team continued solidly until the 71st minute when Ali finally broke through.
He nodded in a cross from Mba to heighten the frenzy for an equaliser.(NAN)