Kimanzi points out main undoing for Mathare United

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The 'Slum Boys' created a number of scoring chances but they could manage to win against Muhoroni Youth on Sunday

Mathare United failed to pick maximum points against Muhoroni Youth as the sides settled to a barren draw.

Despite creating numerous chances, the 'slum boys' struggled to turn them into goals, something the head coach Francis Kimanzi is not happy about. Through the club's official portal, the experienced tactician has however, expressed his satisfaction with the outcome considering it was an away match.

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"I think we played well because we created more chances than our last away match. In the second half we were clearly the better side but it's a big concern if we cannot convert the chances that come our way.

"At this level even one chance is enough to kill a match and it is important that the players realize that, it is not always easy playing away and getting a point is certainly a plus for us."

Despite the null returns on goal, Kimanzi picked some positives from that match notably the immediate impact of his substitutes Harrison Mwendwa, David Owino and Ronald Okoth.

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"It's not always easy playing away and getting a point is certainly a plus for us. I was impressed with the substitutes because they maintained the tempo and put more pressure on the opponents."

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