Winless run irks Kaindu

HARARE - How Mine coach Kelvin Kaindu was left disappointed with how his side failed to end their winless run following yesterday’s draw against Harare City in a Castle Lager Premiership match.

The Bulawayo-based gold miners, who have now gone for seven matches without a win, created the better chances but failed to beat City keeper Maxwell Nyamupanedengu.

Harare City were there for the taking as Moses Chunga’s side, still struggling to adopt to the new coach’s philosophy, but How Mine missed some goal scoring opportunities to register that elusive victory.

With yesterday’s the result, How Mine remain in 10th place on the log with 15 points from 13 games while the Sunshine Boys are in ninth place with 16 points.

“A point is good but not very good for us. I think we haven’t won in the last seven games now; it’s either a loss or a draw,” Kaindu said after the match.

“The one thing I’m happy with is that we managed to defend well. The way we defended today at least was much better.

“I don’t think our opponents managed to get a single shot on target. They only shot twice but it was off target.

“This has been our weakest area in terms of the way we have been playing; that’s why if you look at the number of goals we have conceded it’s 13 in 13 games.”

On the other hand, Chunga was satisfied his side had managed to pick up a point following two defeats on the trot.


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