Kisala: Express were unlucky against Ndejje
Kefa Kisala believes that his team, Express FC, was just unlucky not to pick all the three points in their match day 15 clash at the their Muteesa II Stadium in Wankulukuku. The match ended goalless.
Kisala says that the team played poorly in the first half but were the better side in the second creating open chances but failed to bury them.
“In the first half we did not perform well but in the second half we pushed them well,” Kisala said.
“We were just unlucky that we did not score but at least, kept a clean sheet. We have been conceding a lot.
“Of course, we lacked the cutting edge because we got open chances but their goal keeper really did well but that is football whereby you expect three results: a win, draw or loss. We never wanted to lose points but that’s football.”
Expres keeper Eric Kibowa was voted the Pilsner Man of the match and awarded the one hundred thousand shillings.