Nzoia Sugar head coach Collins Omondi has conceded his team’s loss to Gor Mahia was deserved, after watching his charges go down 0-3 in the Round 20 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) encounter at Kenyatta Stadium on Sunday 2 February.
Juma Balinya scored a brace as Kenneth Muguna helped himself to one seeing Gor Mahia stretch their lead, and speaking after the game, Omondi admitted they were second best in the game.
Though he did not directly lay the blame on any of his players, the coach acknowledged that Gor Mahia made the right decisions at the right time, and were more clinical in front of goal.
“They were superior in terms of decision making in the box. If you compare the chances we got, and theirs, they were more clinical, and that is what made the difference in the game. They were also superior in decision making in the game.
“Of course, we managed to create our own chances but we did not make use of them, not even one,” he said.
The Millers have not won a game since October 2019; they are on a run of 15 winless matches.
Next up for Nzoia Sugar is a clash against Ulinzi Stars at home on Saturday 8 February.