Who to be blamed for Harambee Stars draw against Egypt today
By DennisKipngetichRono | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 170 views
Harambee Stars hosted the Pharaohs today in Kasarani stadium for AFCON qualifiers. The game ended in draw with each side scoring one goal. Kenya possessed the game extensively in first half but they failed to scored. Egyptians scored in the third minute and they defended that single for the whole game.
Following today's draw, Harambee Stars won't proceed to the next level even though they still have another game against Togo on Monday. They will take a flight to Lome on Sunday morning. Harambee Stars coach Jacob Mulee blamed Michael Olunga for today's game. Olunga wasted more chances at the box as he was kept quiet by the Pharaoh's defenders.
Mulee explained that he could not substitute the striker because he normally have a good finishing but he fails to impress by not utilizing his quality to the expected level. Mulee says that he can bench Olunga on the next game against Togo and he will start Elvis Rupia ahead of him. Kenya could have trashed the Pharaoh's two goals and above if not for Olunga's laziness.
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