- Patrick Otieno scored a winning goal at the 70th minute to give Kariobangi Sharks a fourth win in a season. KCB coach claimed there was a lack of creativity in his squad.
The rising star, Patrick Otieno scored winning goal which was enough to confirm the 10-man Kariobangi Sharks to defeat the bankers’ side, Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB). The match was played in Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos.
Otieno fired a close-range ball to confirm Sharks 4th win in the season and the second successive win in a row. after they smashed Kisumu All Stars 8-1 the previous weekend.
William Muluya praises the team for a spectacular performance during the entire game. He believes that it is their performance which earned three points against the bankers.
“Credit goes to my players who staged a spirited fight even when we were numerically disadvantaged. Our last weekend encounter injected confidence in the players and it was evident throughout the 90 minutes. The win will give us the much sought winning rhythm going forward,” he said
On the other hand, Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno has claimed that lack of creativity in his squad enabled to sharks to defeat them. Zico blames the midfield side of the squad for not being creative enough.
“We played well but we did not create scoring chances convincingly. The few we created especially in the first half did not make any difference and I think it was a bad day for us in the office. Despite the loss, we are firmly on course to achieve our target for the season, ” said Zico
KCB forward, Enoch Agwanda should have given his teammates an earlier lead during the fourth minute into the start of the first half. However, his shot went straight to the hands of Sharks goalkeeper, Brian Bwire.
Bwire also managed to deny Reagan Otieno a goal. The lad managed to make fine saves for the club during the first half. Truly, it is the performance that made the sharks win.