Muluya pointed to his charges good show despite having to play with a man less for the better part of the afternoon after defender Pascal Ogweno was sent off in the 39th minute after handling the ball in his own box; a decision the defender protested.
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“I think we matched Posta despite playing with a man less for the better part of the afternoon. They gave their best and I couldn’t have asked more from them in such a circumstance,” Muluya said.
Tasked to comment on the penalty decision and the sending off, Muluya remained coy saying he had not seen the incident from his position leaving the decision to the match officials.
“It (the red card incident) was far from my place of sitting and I leave the decision to the referee. If it was a correct decision then right, if it was a wrong one I will still leave it to him. The bottom line is we lost and we now shift focus in our next game,” Muluya remarked.
Sharks are placed 13th on the log with six points and come against Thika United in their next league tie.
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