Gor Mahia conceded on the final minute of their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) clash against Posta Rangers on Sunday 21 February, leaving the champions without a win on the fourth match of the season.
The result was met with disappointment as the champions thought they had given their all for three points and skipper Jerim Onyango says it was all down to lack of concentration but admits that from it all, they take lessons.
He was hoping for a second straight clean sheet but that never came to be but he is counting on the team to recover well with time.
“It was a good game just that the lapse in concentration cost us three points but all in all, everyone gave his best and it is all a learning process. We will be targeting to do better in the third match but we should try and push ourselves harder.
“I felt bad about conceding on the last minute but it is part of the game. We will rectify where we messed and hopefully things will go well in the coming few days in the coming matches. We are still a strong team with self belief we will be fine,” he said.