Yanga are still keeping it positive of booking a place in Caf ConfederationCup quarter-finals despite suffering a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Gor Mahia.
The Tanzanian side have now conceded eight goals in the last three games and with two matches still to play at home and another trip to Rwanda, Yanga are still optimistic that they can pull off a miracle.
“If we put a huge effort in our remaining matches, anything can happen,” Yanga captain Juma Abdul told Goal after Wednesday's clash.
Yanga are currently lying bottom of the Group with one point and with two home games against Gor Mahia and group leaders, USM Alger.
USM Algier have seven points, two above Gor Mahia while Rayon Sports and Yanga have two and one point respectively.
Noel Mwandila was left disappointed with the result at Kasarani but the tactician is hoping to turn things around when they host K’Ogalo on July 29 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
“We really felt bad conceding four goals. We have identified our mistakes. We shall go back to the drawing board to rectify them."