Sofapaka FC tactician Melis Medo believes his side should have beaten AFC Leopards on Saturday 22nd December at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.
Sofapaka needed a late equalizer to salvage a point from the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) game in a two-all draw against Ingwe.
In an interview, Medo said his side should have won the game pointing out that they created more opportunities.
"I am not happy, I am not happy at all. We should have won the game, we created more chances than AFC and we should have converted those chances and won the game.
"We were denied a clear penalty, it was a bad challenge on Avire (John) inside the penalty box but the referee ignored, I don't know why he didn't award us a penalty, " he said.
The former Mount Kenya United coach also revealed that change of tact in the second half revitalized his side.
"We played badly in the first half, our passing was very poor. In the second half we changed tact and became more offensive and it worked, we played better in the second half," he concluded.
Next for Sofapaka is a match against Ulinzi Stars at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.