Tusker FC’s Ugandan tactician was not a very happy man after seeing his side throw away the lead and a number of good chances before finishing in a 1 – 1 stalemate with Western Stima in the Saturday 13 August Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match staged at the Machakos Stadium.
Tusker, who are top of the league, took the lead on the 10th minute through Allan Wanga after a mistake by Joash Onyango, Stima’s skipper for the day but Joash redeemed himself with a goal to level matters in the second half and having dominated the encounter, the Ugandan coach stated that it was not the best result for his side.
The result opened a five point gap at the top but second placed Gor Mahia can close in when they play on Sunday and Nkata admitted it was not a chance they wanted to lose.
“I am not satisfied with the result because it was a one sided affair and we dominated so a draw is not what you would want to look out for in such a situation; we have dropped two points and it means there is room for Gor Mahia to close in.
“It is getting competitive but then that is the nature of football. Still we are in the title race and winning the league is about the points you get so even this one point will be crucial at some point,” he said.