Sony Sugar coach bemoans slow start against Mathare United

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The sugar millers survived an early scare but grew in confidence as the match progressed, finishing on a high note

Sony Sugar played out to a barren draw against hosts Mathare United in the Kenyan Premier League last weekend.

The sugar millers survived an early scare but grew in confidence as the match progressed, finishing on a high note. Coach Babu Salim is however, disappointed with the way his team started the match. "I cannot complain, it is a precious away point that we really worked hard to get against a good side.

"Well, we lacked urgency at first, we were just casual but that changed as the game progressed. We also created chances but lacked that composure in front of goal, but in general it was a good game from my players."

The result means Sony Sugar is 14th on the log with seventeen points after sixteen matches. 

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