According to him, his team could have picked all three points against United if they had been more clinical.
Addressing newsmen after the match, Musa said his players were the better side.
“We are supposed to win this match. We had many goal-scoring chances but failed to convert them,” he said.
“Nevertheless, we thank God for the effort by our players to pick a point and we will go back to the drawing board to correct our mistakes, especially in the finishing area.”
The coach said that he was in no doubt about the chances of Kano Pillars in picking a ticket from their group for the NPFL Super 6.
He assured the club’s fans that his team would work hard to ensure that Pillars end the season on a positive note.
“You all know that Kano Pillars is a great team and one of the best teams in Nigeria. We are even supposed to be topping our group, but football is unpredictable,” he added
“Nevertheless, we are doing our best to be in the Super 6.”