Ayiekho rues lack of calmness in final third

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Charles Ayiekho Lukula

Charles Ayiekho was impressed with his side’s dominance against Express but rued lack of calmness in front of goal.

Kirinya Jinja SS were the better team for most parts of the duel at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku but were denied lethargic finishing and goalie Godwin Bbule.

“First, am delighted with the performance in entirety,” he told Kawowo Sports. “But we should have done better in front of goal,” he added.

We made rushed decision in front of goal and if we only calmed down, the result would have been different.

Musa Esenu, Ibrahim Kayiwa and Godfrey Akol all had attempts either over the bar or thwarted by the experienced Bbule in the Red Eagles goal.

But the visitors were denied what looked like a clear penalty when Omar Hitimana shoved Esenu in the area.

Ayiekoh hesitated to point a finger at the referee Ali Kaddu but indirectly did.

I don’t want to say anything about the officiating today. But everyone saw what happened. I think we deserved better.

Kirinya-Jinja SS hosts URA at home in their next game come Saturday, September 16 at Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe.