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Logarusic rues 'Easy' goal



Gor Mahia coach Zdravko Logarusic was a disappointed man after his side lost 6-5 on post match penalties to Sofapaka in the final of the Kenya Power Charity Cup match on Saturday.

Logarusic has, however, promised to work on the team so that they start the league season on a high in a bid to improve on their runners-up spot last season.

In the match, Gor went up in the 31st minute, through a free-kick converted by Paul Kiongera, with Elly Asieche equalising in the 72nd minute to drive the match into a penalty shoot-out, which Sofapaka won.

“We played quite well but we fell to a very weak goal. We cannot be losing to such easy goals and that is one of the few things we intend to work as we prepare for the league and the internationals,” said Logarusic after the post-match penalties.

“I would like to congratulate Sofapaka for winning the match, I think they deserved it and since we beat them in the finals of the 2012 FKF Cup, we are now even.”

Enroute to the finals, Gor Mahia felled Mathare United 2-1 in a match played on the same day. Sofapaka, on their part, took down Western Stima by a similar scoreline.



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