The Kenya national team Harambee Stars played to a barren draw with neighbours Uganda Cranes in the Tuesday 30 August international friendly match in Kampala, denying head coach Stanley Okumbi a chance for a second win in his tenure.
Stars went to the game after a win over a higher placed Congo and the coach definitely wanted to build on that in the friendly match and though he lauded his boys, he was quick to add his voice on the attacking frailties.
The team will be taking on Zambia in their next game, a 2017 AFCON qualifier and the coach wants the shortcomings in attack addressed.
“We played well and I think we were on top for a good period in the game. We had a good balance and we had some good chances to score and win it but we did not make use of our chances and that remains a concern.
“As we prepare for the game against Zambia this is a key area we will need to address,” he said.
The team will return to Kenya on Wednesday 31 August to prepare for the trip to Zambia on Friday 2 September.