According to coach Matano, the win means nothing as far league matches are concerned. “Bandari is like any other team in KPL, beating Gor Mahia does not make them special.
#Flashbackfriday Brian Osumba's past goals against @BandariOfficial . Mark the date and get ready for an entertaining affair on Sunday from Ruaraka grounds.#TFC #Oneteamonedream #Tusker pic.twitter.com/h4RYYiMO5k— OfficialTuskerfc (@TuskerFC_club) August 10, 2018
"Every team has its good day and Bandari had their day against Gor Mahia, they hoped for a win and they got it, but that does mean it is the end of life,” Matano told Goal in an interview.
Improved Tusker will face a resurgent Bandari on Sunday at Kasarani in a Kenyan Premier League match.
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We shall focus all our creativity, our strength, our brains, our drive and means possible just to make you Sad at Ruaraka...
It shall rain tears of your fans...
You have been warned! https://t.co/JpLa49fuj0 — Bandari Fc (@BandariOfficial) August 10, 2018
The Dockers will be on a revenge mission in the Capital having lost in the first leg fixture. The Bernard Mwalala led side has had a poor show against the Brewers, having lost three matches in five league meetings, winning one and a draw.