Kaduna United coach, Salleh Tanko-Lato has tagged his Matchday 29 tie opponents, Heartland as bad losers.
This followed the decision of the Owerri-based side to walk-out of the pitch in the 60th minute after an award of corner kick to the hosts, reports Supersport.com.
Kaduna United were up with two first half goals before the most postponed game was discontinued on Friday at the Kaduna Township Stadium.
Forward Oliver Nsidibe opened score through a penalty kick in the 11th minute while Anthony Michael grabbed the winner in the 35th minute.
The victory puts the Kaduna-based side clear from relegation on 52 points with two games at ABS and against title chasers, Lobi Stars.
Tanko-Lato who is making his debut in the Premier League told SuperSport.com that he is excited steering his side off the relegation zone and shocked at the behaviour of Heartland.
"We created lots of chances, I think Heartland were lucky that we only converted just two goals.
"I think the decision to discontinue with the game was strategic not to concede more goals which will dampen their morale heading to their Federation Cup semifinals clash against Prime FC.
"But they did it shamelessly and behaved like sheep without shepherd.
"They never protested at the two goals but after we're about to take a corner kick.
"Their coaches, referees, match commissioner begged them to return to the pitch but they refused, we noticed that the players were even divided over the decision.
"Well, the win has made my day, it has not been easy for me, my first job in the premier league, I'm grateful to God for helping me to realise my dream.
"We're in a comfortable position, tension will be less and we hope to enjoy the last two matches," he said.
Tanko-Lato however told his side last two games opponents, ABS and Lobi to prepare for their toughest games.
"For the development of the game I won't lower the guard for any of them.
"I want to finish on good position. We'll confront them like we're still troubled by relegation.
"We'll try to beat them, so no mercy, we'll give them run for their money," he said.