Kimanzi: Mathare United deserved a point from Tusker match

Michael Khamati and Shafik Batambuze goals ensured the 'slum boys' record their fourth match without a win

Mathare United suffered their second defeat in a row on Saturday against Tusker at Ruaraka Grounds.

Michael Khamati and Shafik Batambuze goals ensured the 'slum boys' recorded their fourth match without a win, with Tusker bagging their sixth straight win. Coach Francis Kimanzi is however, impressed with the way his lads played the entire game.

"Overall display was encouraging, the team played well save for the first half where we were under pressure. We gave our best and it is just unfortunate that we did not get anything from the match. The second goal came as a result of our pushing for an equalizer. Our focus now is in the next match," Kimanzi told Goal.

Tusker are now second on the table with 24 points, one behind leaders Gor Mahia, who will play Thika United on Sunday.

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