Bandari FC head coach Bernard Mwalala has welcomed the point earned by his side in the one all draw against Zoo FC on Sunday 16th September at Kericho Green Stadium.
Mike Madoya scored a late equalizer for the hosts after Yema Mwana had given the Dockers a first half lead.
Speaking after the match, Mwalala said his side should have killed off the game in the first half as they were in total control and had many chances.
“We were in total control of the game in the first half and I feel we should have scored more goals. We created many chances which if we had converted, we would have killed the game in thr first 45 minutes,” he said.
Mwalala however embraces the point earned by his side in Kericho. His side played two consecutive matches away from home. They defeated Sony Sugar at Awendo Green Stadium two weeks ago.
“In the second half, Zoo showed improvement they pressed us and in the end got an equalizer. Overall it’s not a bad result we have played two away matches and got four points, I am contented with that,” he added.
Bandari remains second in the log with 55 points