Tusker reveal why they lost to Yanga in Super Cup

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The brewers fell 4-2 on post match penalties after failing to get the winner in regular time

Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker have landed in the country after they were eliminated from Super Cup.

The brewers fell 4-2 in post match penalties after failing to get the winner in regular time.Club's assistant coach Francis Baraza feels his charges underrated the Tanzanian champions at first and it came back to haunt them.

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"Definitely we are disappointed with the result, we wanted to go all the way to the finals but things have not gone according to plan. Everybody is not happy with the way things have been, but it is the price we have to pay.

"I feel we underrated our opponents and when we realized, it was late and things had gone out of hand," Baraza told Goal.

The brewers will now shift their focus to the domestic championship where they are second on 27 points, same with leaders Gor Mahia, who have a better goal difference. 

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