Harambee Stars fell by a solitary goal against visiting Swaziland at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Friday.
Prior to Friday's match, the two nations had faced each other three times with Kenya winning two of those by identical 2-0 and drawing the other 0-0. Speaking after the match, coach Sebastian Migne says laxity killed his side, something that should be addressed fast.
“This is a match we could have easily won but we did not stick to our plan. The early minutes were ours, we dominated, controlled the game and even created chances. But as time went a lost it, the tempo and everything maybe because we were worn out physically.
“We should address this soon enough because if we don't it will cost us again,” Migne told Goal.
Kenya will take on Equatorial Guinea on Monday hoping to bounce back from the shock defeat.