The striker clocked 60 minutes in the match and Nyangweso is happy with his ability explaining that the player only needs to remain focused during matches.
“Previously he has been coming in as a sub but we thought to give him a chance to start and give him a challenge which he handled. I believe he played very well because he kept the defense busy with good runs. He now needs to keep the same tempo up.”
Defender Geoffrey Kokoyo and striker Enosh Ochieng’ scored one goal apiece to dilute Noah Abich’s penalty although the coach says his side could have won by a greater number of goals.
“We scored two goals, which was great but we should have had more. It was a very tough match and seeing that we managed to hold on to get the win says something about our fighting spirit,” he told the club’s official website.
Ulinzi Stars are meeting Tusker in their next league match slated for Saturday at Afraha Stadium.