Nkata: Bandari were denied penalty against AFC Leopards

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Marcellus Ingotsi grabbed the winner at the death against the Dockers, as Ingwe recorded first win in ten league outings

Bandari FC coach Paul Nkata believes his team played better in a 1-0 defeat to AFC Leopards on Saturday.

Substitute Marcellus Ingotsi grabbed the winner at the death against the Dockers, as Ingwe recorded first win in ten league outings. Nkata says he cannot blame his players for the goal, but he feels his team could have been more clinical in front of the goal.

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"We played well, dictated the game from the first whistle and had chances that we did not take. In the first half I felt we could have been awarded a penalty but the referee did not. It was a decent outing for us, only that we did not finish the game when we had an opportunity to," Nkata told Goal.

"I cannot blame my players for conceding late into the game, it sometimes happens though I must admit it is painful."

Bandari will now have to turn their attention to Gotv Shield against Nakumatt next weekend.

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