Gor Mahia's title challenge stutters in draw with struggling Sofapaka
26 September 2016, 13:34
Nairobi - Gor Mahia assistant coach Tom Ogweno refused to dwell on his team's
disappointing showing against struggling Sofapaka FC on Sunday.
The defending champions failed to close the gap on leaders Tusker FC, who boast a four-point lead in the table.
The bottom-of-the-table Sofapaka frustrated their opponents, with the
Kenyan Premier League (KPL) in the home stretch with five games
"In a game of football there are three results, a loss, a draw and a win and today we managed a draw," Ogweno told Soka.
"I have to appreciate the draw and give credit to the opponents who had a strategy that worked for them.
"We had chances of our own but didn't burry them and that would mean
we will have to improve on our striking department in the coming games.
"Their goalkeeper had a good afternoon to and you can't take that
away from him. We are four points adrift of Tusker but with five games
to go the title race is far from over."
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