14 Feb, 08:34
Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya has said they have to content with the single point earned at home against Vihiga United in KPL Week two tie weekend cash in Machakos.
Sharks looked on course for a second a straight win after goals from Erik Kapaito and Ebrima Sanneh cancelled out Andrew Murunga's opener and turned the tie back to their advantage. Three points were however never assured as Vihiga hit back to see the four-goal thriller end even
Need to win
"Its a game that could go either way. They got in front and we equalized. We then led and they got back in it. The boys showed we need a win at home but we have to be content with the one point," Kanu stated in his verdict on the clash.
The draw saw Sharks lift their haul to four as Vihiga who lost in their league opener to Mathare claimed a crucial point on the road.