Furuto have bowed out of the CAF Confederation Cup after losing to Rivers United in a penalty shoot out after playing 3-3 on aggregates of the preliminary round of the CAF Confederations Cup.
With the first leg ended 1-2 in favour Futuro Kings in Equatorial Guinea last week.
Rivers United take the lead in the 12th minutes after
Godwin Aguda put the host in front, Kehinde Adedipe makes it two in the 39th minutes with a scorching effort from inside the box.
Seven minutes into the Second half, Rivers United conceded against the run of play as Asu Pedro scores for Futuro making it 3-3 on aggregates
The Pride of Rivers booked her slot in the last-32 round in a penalty shoot out.
Reacting after the match, Kehinde Adedipe told NAIRASPORTS that he had promised his wife that he will score and he fulfil his promise, saying further that they should expect more from Rivers United.
According to him, “It was a dream come true for scoring today because I promise my wife that I’m going to score for her and with the glory of God I did. They should expect more from Rivers United this season” he said