Courtesy of supersport.com
Gor Mahia coach Zdravko Logarusic feels that his side should have beaten the Kakamega Homeboyz at the weekend.
Gor were the dominant side at the Mumias Sports Complex on Sunday but could not get the breakthrough against a highly defensive Homeboyz side.
It meant they shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw, which in the bigger picture favours neither side, and Logarusic feels that they should have done better.
“It disappoints not to win such games which we should be. The players gave their best but we simply could not get through because they defended very deep,” he said.
“The tactic was to frustrate us and they succeeded. At the end of the day, it is two points dropped for us.
“On the other hand, it was away from home and we have the point, which we will take to our next game,” he concluded.
Gor next take on Muhoroni Youth over the weekend in a Nyanza derby match and are currently in ninth place on the league table with 11 points from six games.
Due to continental commitments, Gor have played up to four games less than some of the other teams in the league, and could surge to the top spots if they can perform in their games in hand.