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The brewers have now scored ten goals in two matches with Jesse Were getting two hat-tricks in as many matches, and the result is a good sign for the former Harambee Stars tactician, who believes his team is not yet fully refined.
“This was better performance compared to last week; the team played with urgency and did not give opposition time on the ball. I am happy with the proceedings and the way my boys gave their all against Sofapaka. It was a great performance as a team and I am hopeful we will improve even more from this result and have greater games in our future assignments,” Kimanzi told Goal on Sunday.
“This is usually a difficult place to get a result; it is a plus for us. My offensive players are currently playing well and everybody wants to score, that explains why many chances were created. They are there to complement each other and take opportunities when they come. I hope the trend will continue as we build a strong side.”