The veteran tactician places blame on his custodian for letting in simple targets in opposition to the Kenyan champions in a top-tier sport
Bidco United coach Anthony Akhulia has blamed goalkeeper Omar Adisa for gifting Gor Mahia a 3-1 win of their FKF Premier League match on Monday.
The Kenyan champions went into the fixture at Kasarani Annex looking for to bounce again to successful methods, having misplaced to Posta Rangers 2-1 of their final league outing and with solely 11 minutes performed, they have been already trailing as Peter Nzuki scored for Bidco United.
Nonetheless, targets from Clifton Miheso, Brazilian ahead Wilson Silva, and Kenneth Muguna turned the sport in favour of Okay’Ogalo, however in accordance with Bidco United coach Akhulia, his keeper was accountable for the result as his erratic show gifted Gor Mahia simple targets.
“Adisa’s efficiency as we speak [Monday] was not good as a result of he might have saved the straightforward targets we conceded,” Akhulia stated as quoted by Nation Sports activities after the match.
“This was a special Adisa in comparison with the one we all know. He has to work on his sport and deal with membership matches as a substitute of lamenting after being disregarded of the Harambee Stars squad.”
On his half, Gor Mahia coach Carlos Manuel Vaz Pinto praised his costs for coming from behind to bag most factors and promised to make use of the worldwide break to rectify their errors.
“These outcomes are good and provides my gamers confidence transferring ahead within the upcoming matches,” Vaz Pinto instructed the identical publication.
“We’ve got simply been unfortunate prior to now video games and the one crew but to attain from a penalty.
“We are going to use this break to evaluate ourselves and are available again rejuvenated to proceed successful.”
Bidco United took an 11th-minute lead when the previous Nakumatt FC star Nzuki acquired a nook kick from David Kalama and headed previous Gad Mathews to stun the league champions.
Miheso scored Gor Mahia’s equaliser within the 36th minute with a clinically taken free-kick simply outdoors the penalty space whereas Adisa, who was in aim as Kenya performed in opposition to South Sudan in a pleasant, did effectively to disclaim Miheso from placing Gor Mahia forward with a 42nd-minute free-kick.
The sensible save ensured Bidco United went into the break with the rating tied at 1-1 regardless of Gor Mahia’s resurgence within the latter phases of the primary half.
Bidco United made a 57th-minute change when Akhulia introduced on Batts Awita for Peter Anyona however two minutes later, Gor Mahia took the lead when Silva headed residence for the second aim from Miheso’s help.
A energetic Miheso did effectively once more within the 83rd minute when he manoeuvred throughout his wing and delivered a low cross that Muguna, who gave the captain’s armband to the returning Harun Shakava, tapped in with ease for Gor Mahia’s third aim.
The win pushed Gor Mahia to seventh on the 18-team desk with 22 factors from 14 matches whereas Bidco United dropped to ninth on 21 factors from 16 matches.