Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has blasted his players whom he said are lacking sharpness in front of goal.
The Kenyan Premier League champions have failed to pick maximum points in Cecafa Kagame Cup; drawing two of their opening Group C matches by identical 2-2 scores.
Though still optimistic of progressing to the next round, Kerr was left fuming at the chances that went begging in the last draw against Lydia Ludic.
"I am not worried about our results, no! I am concerned that we do not convert the chances created. Like against Academica, we created eight chances as compared to the opponents who had two, but I am grateful that we managed to get a point.
'Morale in the dressing room was low and after the game, I told the players we are lucky to be still in it; I am optimistic we will pull through."
All the teams in Group B have two points and the final round will determine the lucky two who will progress to the next stage.