Midfielder Whyvonne Isuza's moment of madness saw him get a second booking against the ‘Slum Boys’ that left his team with one man less. It was a nervy moment for the fans, who were desperate to see their team get maximum points and complete a double against the ‘slum boys’.
The Argentine tactician has told Goal what he had to do to ensure the lead and balance is maintained despite his team's numerical disadvantage. "Playing against eleven men, who are looking for an equalizer is always a tough job for any team for sure.
“After that red card I hard to find a suitable formation for my team and I resorted to 4-4-1. I am happy it worked, my players did it very well and managed to get the win we needed. They had scored late in the first half and the halftime talk we had was also a motivation.
“For us, it is a job well done, now onto the next one with our heads high, it is one match at a time.”
Nakumatt FC, who held Gor Mahia to a 2-2 draw on Saturday, will be Ingwe's next assignment this weekend.