The country should be worried when we don’t score, says Muluya after another scoreless outing

Kariobangi Sharks and Mathare United played out a 0-0 draw in the seventh installment of the Slum Derby, played on Saturday 28 September at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos and after the game; Sharks’ head coach William Muluya acknowledged that he is starting to get worried with his team’s inability to convert the chances that they are creating.

Sharks have not scored in their last three matches since netting two in the two-all draw with Western Stima on the opening weekend of the season.

Scoreless run

The 2018 FKF Shield Cup champions drew 0-0 with AFC Leopards after the Stima game before losing 3-0 away to Kakamega Homeboyz and have now gone 270 minutes without a goal.

In his assessments after the game, Muluya acknowledged his team’s bluntness which he believes should be a worry not only to his team but to the country as a whole.

He said, “It is worrying because we are playing and not scoring, actually it should be even worrying for the country.

Final third

“It means we need to invest a lot of time in the final third (1/3) because the creation of chances was there.

“Today’s result was fair because we did not lose but again as I have said we need to put in more time working in the final third,” he opined.

One of four teams yet to register a win this season, Sharks will now turn their attentions to next weekend where they are set to come up against Chemelil Sugar, another winless side, on Saturday 5 October.