It’s unfortunate we dropped points at home – Kaindu
The Zambian Super League was back in action yesterday after a two weeks break with Sensational Zanaco taking on Green Buffaloes in a brought forward week 13 encounter played at sunset stadium in Lusaka.
Speaking to the Zamfoot Crew after the game, Coach Kelvin Kaindu said it was unfortunate that they dropped points at home.
“We looked inactive, maybe cause we have been off for a long time. In the first half we were very low and we improved in the second half but it is only unfortunate that we could not defend our 1-0 lead due to a defensive error,” he said.
“All in all, the pitch looks heavy. We have seen where we need to work on but it’s just unfortunate that we dropped two points at home.”
The Bankers went into this match without their dependable midfield general Tafadzwa Rusike and looked uncoordinated allowing Buffaloes to dominate but Kaindu refused to attribute the draw to Rusike’s absence.
“I can not say we depend on one individual, we depend on team play and every player given the responsibility to play should play with all his heart,” he said.
Chitiya Mususu put Zanaco in the lead in the 72nd minute, Finishing off a beautiful cut back from Zambia national team left-back Lawrence Chungu to make it 1-0. The lead was however short-lived as Paul Simpemba equalized a minute later following a defensive error to make sure the two sides shared the spoils.
Zanaco will be away to Napsa Stars Football Club on Saturday the 23rd of November for the Week 12 Fixture to be played at Woodlands Stadium while the soldiers host the magnificent People’s team Kabwe Warriors.
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