Western Stima coach: Gor Mahia were better

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Western Stima shocked Gor Mahia with a 2-1 beating on Sunday

Western Stima head coach Henry Omino has admitted that Gor Mahia were a better side despite the fact that the Powermen won their league match played on Sunday at Moi Stadium, Kisumu.

Jacques Tuyisenge scored for Gor Mahia in the first-half before Fredrick Shimonyo and Kennedy Agogo hit the net for Western Stima and Omino is terming the win as a motivator to his players.

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"Gor Mahia were better than us but my players made better use of the chances we created. The win is therefore good motivation for my players, especially after we lost our league opener against Sofapaka last weekend," he told the league’s official website.

Western Stima are visiting Posta Rangers at Thika Municipal Stadium in their next match.

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