AFC Leopards captain Robinson Kamura was left satisfied with the point his side earned in the barren draw against Gor Mahia on Sunday.
Ingwe ended its torrid run against their arch-rivals by salvaging a point at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani. It was a game of two halves, Gor dominated the first stanza before Leopards came back strongly after the interval. It was however a cagey affair overall with few chances for both teams.
Speaking after the match, Kamura said he was happy that his team salvaged a point against the record league champions. He added that the result was an indicator that his team his headed in the right direction.
“We are happy we picked at least a point from today’s encounter. Our focus is now in the matches ahead of us. Grabbing a point against a side as strong as Gor is a clear indication we are on the right track,” the Kenyan international stated.
After nine rounds of league matches, Gor Mahia is sixth in the log with 16 points while AFC Leopards is fourth with 19 points.
Ingwe’s next league assignment is against Bandari away in Mombasa. Gor Mahia on the other hand will be up against Wazito FC in Nairobi.