Western Stima head coach Henry Omino is hoping his team can take lessons from the last two Kenyan Premier League (KPL) matches after the team was once again subjected to a last minute goal, in the game against Gor Mahia on Sunday 15 May when the team looked poised to hold on for at least a point.
Francis Kahata came off the bench to net the winner on the fourth minute of the added five in the match to see Gor Mahia bag three points, this coming after Western Stima let go of a 2 – 0 lead to draw 2 – 2 with Mathare United the earlier weekend, with the equalizer in that case coming deep in the game.
Omino lauded his players for a good display in the game but stated his disappointment that once again they could not hold on to take something from the match.
“Of course it is heartbreaking to lose a match on the final minute and the fact that for the second straight match we are dropping points on the final minute makes it even worse. It is indeed disappointing and I hope we can recover from this.
“Nonetheless, I want to congratulate my players for a good display against a very strong team. We played well and managed to stop a lot of their dangerous moves and I am happy with the performance. The only bad thing is that we were not able to get the result we desired,” he said.