Despite a one-all draw against Wazito at Moi Stadium Kasarani on Sunday, AFC Leopards head coach Patrick Aussems believes his team is still on the right track.The Belgian coach feels it'll only be a matter of time before his strikers develop the illusive cutting edge they'll need to rip their opponents apart in the remaining games.
Aussems was full of praises to his squad as most of the players have shown character and commitment to compete in the top level despite graduating from the academy level.
Despite their fragile position on the log, where they are stranded in the second last spot, Wazito head coach Fred Ambani was optimistic that his troops will avoid relegation.
The moneybags squandered a number of clear-cut chances in front of the goal.
John Mark Makwatta scored a controversial penalty In the third minute of the game, referee Peter Waweru determined that the striker was pulled down by Wazito goalkeeper Zamu Adisa as he charged towards the goal.
Leopards custodian Levis Opiyo was forced to a number of saves from his former side Wazito to keep Leopards in the game.
Leopards are now in 10th place on the log with 35 points, while Wazito are in 17th place with 21. At Ruaraka Grounds, Oliver Maloba's 58th-minute score was enough to give Nairobi City Stars a well-deserved victory over Ulinzi Stars.
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