Napsa Stars coach Mohammed Fathi believes loss of concentration cost his team maximum points as they allowed a late goal to share spoils with Power dynamos at Woodlands Stadium on Saturday.
The Egyptian born gaffer is however already looking forward to their week 9 rescheduled match against twelve time Super league Champions, Nkana on Wednesday.
"The game was in our hands but in the last two minutes we experienced a draw again. This is not the first time , I have not seen something like that before. We lost concentration but its football," He said.
"This game is gone , We looking forward to facing Nkana . We have to look at our weakness in defence and just focus on the Nkana game. We have three games, We will try to win the three games and see what will happen," He added.
Collins Sikombe put the pensioners in the lead just three minutes into the match. Napsa looked to be heading for victory but a late Luka Chamanga strike made sure the two sides share the spoils.