Sofapaka coach: We should have scored five goals

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Ezekiel Okare drew first blood in Batoto ba Mungu's favor, but Bliss Kityo ensured spoils are evenly shared at Nyayo Stadium

Sofapaka and Muhoroni Youth played out to a barren draw at Nyayo Stadium on Saturday.

Ezekiel Okare drew first blood in Batoto ba Mungu's favor, but Bliss Kityo ensured spoils are evenly shared. Coach Sam Ssimbwa is disappointed with the fact that the 2009 league champions failed to hit the back of the net more than once.

"Honestly I am not happy, we had an opportunity to score four or five goals against them (Muhoroni), but we did not take them.

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"Okare, Kasumba had perfect chances to score in a one on one situations but did not convert those chances, reason we were all disappointed," the Ugandan told Goal.

Ssimbwa added, "No, I cannot blame my defense, they played well for the better part of the match save for that one mistake."

The two teams will face each other on Wednesday when the second leg kicks-off.

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