Head coach Benjamin Nyangweso has lauded his charges for a fine outing against Western Stima
Head coach Benjamin Nyangweso has given a pat on the back to his charges after another hard fought and well executed win, in the Wednesday 17th April game against Western Stima.
Enosh Ochieng scored a brace to mark a return to scoring ways after four games without a goal and with the team taking a third straight clean sheet, Nyangweso termed this the perfect match and result he expected.
He was also fortunate to see his charges go through the game devoid of any injuries.
“It was another perfect performance and right to the expectation. I wanted us to win and to pick a clean sheet and not to get any injuries, especially given we were playing on artificial turf. I am happy we had a perfect outing,” he said.
Western Stima were the best side in the second half; they played a better part of the 45 minutes in the Ulinzi Stars area but being able to contain them and breaking out on the counter to get a second, goal, according to the coach, show the maturity in the team.
“We dominated the first half and scored a goal and since the opponents wanted to equalize, they piled a lot of pressure on us but I like the way we contained them then broke on the counter and scored the second. This is an example of a perfect game for me; defending well first, and containing the pressure then getting goals,” he added.
The win lifted the team to eighth on the log with 32 points from 23 matches.