MUKWIMA CHILALA writes
National Division one top four contenders Kafue Celtic could not maximize on home ground advantage as they settled for a one all against Indeni in their rescheduled week 13 league fixture played at OYDC on Wednesday.
But Celtic coach Robert Mwanza was comfortable with the result describing it as a fair one because his team was playing a more experienced side.
Speaking in a post- match interview, Tembo attributed his team’s poor showing in the game, due to having not fully recovered from the energy sapping away draw in Chambishi last Saturday.
‘’Admittedly, we were not on top of our game today (Wednesday). We had no energy, but I still give credit to the boys for showing character because we came from behind, scored and got us back into the game,’’ Tembo said.
Much as we wanted three points, a draw is a fair result considering that we were playing a very experienced side.
And Indeni coach Matthews Ndlobvu said that his boys had the game under control and that it was sad that they let Kafue equalize.
‘’I feel we were a bit careless as we let them play when we could have closed them instead of allowing that goal,’’ Ndhlovu said.
Given how fast this team (Celtic) is at one nil we were not comfortable we needed 2 or 3 goals to completely shut them but certain players grew cold fit because of increasing pressure on our own.
Celtic scored through Albert Kangwanda who curled the ball with great aplomb to level in 58th minute.
Indeni who continue their journey, yesterday left for Mongu to play Shockers over the Weekend, While Celtic will this weekend host National Assembly.