The 'Slum Boys' were held to a barren draw by the newcomers who should blame themselves for wasting good opportunities in front of the goal. Kimanzi has been quoted by the club's portal saying the opponents made it a little harder for them, especially the way they were playing.
"I am satisfied with the result because it is very difficult to play against a side that keeps dumping the ball in the box. We played with ten men for more than 15 minutes and I think we did well defensively.
"The red card was unfortunate but when it comes as a second yellow card you just have to accept it."
Both teams have four points after winning their season openers.