POWER Dynamos coach has described his team’s 1-0 loss to Nkwazi on Saturday as a difficult result.
Eric Chomba scored early in the first half to condemn Power to a second consecutive defeat in this MTN/FAZ Super League week three encounter after they lost 2-0 away at Green Eagles last week.
The result left the Arthur Davies stadium outfit in eighth position in Pool ‘B’ of the transition league, igniting short-lived protests from a pocket of impatient fans aimed the Kaindu-led technical bench demanding for his removal.
Power dominated proceedings, bombarded the visitors’ goal but Nkwazi goalie Charles Muntanga proved the difference in the result.
After the game, Kaindu struggled to find the right words to express his frustration as statistics showed how dominant his team was throughout 90 minutes.
“Difficult result, honestly I commend the performance of the players, they did everything possible,” Kaindu said.
“I don’t know how many times we had shots on goal. We had twenty corners and our opponents had one corner and one shot on goal and managed to score a goal with that. I think it was God’s plans but everyone put up a good fight. We were very offensive, we had two chances that hit the post. I think we put up a good performance and if we can go with the same performance that we had today in a derby, I think we can get the three points,” he said.
In Ndola, Nkana survived a scare as the Kitwe side came from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Forest Rangers.
Beston Chambeshi, whose side play Al Hilal Omdurman on Wednesday, said he was happy that his team managed a point away from home despite dropping to 5th on the log with five points.
Buildcon went top of Pool B after thumping Lumwana Radiants 4-1 to get to seven points.
Green Eagles beat MUZA 1-0 while NAPSA Stars drew 1-1 with Circuit City Green Buffaloes beat Nakambala Leopards 3-0.
In Mufulira, Mufulira Wanderers drew nil-nil with winless Lusaka Dynamos.