Veteran midfielder Rabiu Ali sealed the victory with a stoppage-time goal at the General Sani Abacha Stadium, earning the home team three crucial points.
Galadima stressed the importance of every three points they can accumulate, highlighting that this victory was particularly special because it came against a formidable opponent.
He emphasized that everyone involved with the club recognized the significance of this win for the fans, the town, and the players alike.
The goalkeeper affirmed their commitment to keep pushing and aiming high for the rest of the season, footballrover reports
Muhammed Galadima also paid tribute to Rabiu Ali, who scored his 110th league goal on that memorable day.
Galadima praised Ali as an extraordinary talent, dubbing him the league’s greatest football player.
He expressed his gratitude for having Ali on their team and hoped for more record-breaking performances as long as he continued to play at the highest level.
On the other hand, Kano Pillars’ head coach, Abdul Maikaba, was thrilled with his team’s triumph over Port Harcourt’s squad.
He noted that the victory would remain etched in his memory due to the dramatic fashion in which they secured it.
Maikaba acknowledged that a lack of experience played a role as his players missed early chances in the game.
This win propelled Kano Pillars to ninth place in the NPFL standings, and they are set to face Rangers on matchday five.