Clifford Alwanga netted his seventh goal of the season to open the scoring in the 20th minute before Patilla Omotto restored parity in the 54th to secure a point for Sharks.
The result has left coach Kimanzi dissapointed as he insists they deserved to have done better. “You can’t say it is a fair result. If you create a lot of chances and you don’t score the opponent can always bounce back. I think we had enough chances to kill the game,” Kimanzi told the club's official website.
“What we got is worth the effort we put in training but if we could have gotten the maximum points it would have been better. At times you drop points but you have to acknowledge the quality of the opponent.”
The draw leaves Mathare United third level on 25 points with second placed Ulinzi Stars who have a superior goal difference.