Kenya coach rues concentration lapse in Uganda draw

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Coach Stanley Okumbi believes that Harambee Stars were to beat Uganda

Harambee Stars recorded yet another draw against Uganda Cranes in a friendly match played on Thursday at Machakos County Stdaium.

Michael Olunga put Kenya ahead in the 35th minute before Uganda equalized courtesy of Moses Waiswa in the 87th minute.

While registering his disappointment, coach Okumbi insisted that his team was to win the match blaming lack of concentration in defense, a ‘mess’ which allowed Waiswa to score his debut goal for Uganda.

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“We never utilized all our chances that’s why we never won. You see they (Uganda) got their two chances and one yielded a goal unlike us who wasted a lot of chances. Even the goal we conceded is purely because of lack of concentration,” he told Goal.

Kenya are hosting DR Congo at the same venue on Sunday.

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