Mathare United head coach Francis Kimanzi had so little to complain about after his team’s 0 – 2 loss to Nairobi City Stars in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match at the Nyayo National Stadium on Wednesday 30 March.
The loss was his team’s first of the season and speaking afterwards, he admitted his team was not at its best, showing disjointed play and wasting a lot of chances upfront despite dominating much of the game.
He assured that he will work on the seen mistakes with the hope of a better output in the next match when his team takes on Ushuru FC in the next league game.
“We played badly. Our defence was not compact and our attack was not on point; we dominated much of the match and created a lot of chances but wasted all of them and we have ourselves to blame.
“We can only go back to the drawing board and look at our performance to see where to rectify then hope for a better result in the next match, when we play another tough side in Ushuru FC,” he said.
The loss saw Mathare drop to second on the log, behind Tusker.