courtesy of michezoafrika.com
Gor Mahia tactician Bobby Williamson was left a happy man following his team’s 2-2 draw with AFC Leopards in Kenya premier league match played at the Moi International Sports center Kasarani on Sunday afternoon.
The match needed a late equalizer from defender David Owino to salvage a point for the league leaders in the afternoon. Noah Wafula and Paul Were scored for Ingwe with Danny Sserenkuma pulling one for Gor Mahia mid-way in the second half.
The former Uganda Cranes coach said every point earned at this stage of the league will prove very important for a team fighting to win the league.
“ The boys showed a good fighting spirit an never say dire attitude throughout the match. We started well dominating the match in the opening quarters with Danny having a great opportunity in the opening two minutes which the defender cleared,”He said.
“Paul Kiongera too had a glorious chance forcing a special save from the keeper. Going to the break we were training.Though the boys kept working,” He added.
The Scott said it is important to remain focused to collect as many points as possible as the league enters the homestretch.
“Our target has been to remain composed and focused in all our matches. Today’s was a local derby which could have gone either way. As a coach I am happy with the one point earned.” He concluded.