By Gilbert Wandera
Relegation threatened side Oserian failed to win at home after being held to a barren draw by visiting Kenya Commercial Bank ( KCB) side in a dull affair in Naivasha on Sunday.
The results imply that Oserian remain in the relegation zone for yet another week and coach Peter Ogutu could not hide his disappointment after the final whistle.
“It is a very disappointing result for us because we had expected to win and move out of the relegation zone. Although one point is better than nothing, we had set our sight on all three points,” he told FeverPitch in an interview.
Ogutu regretted his team’s lost chances throughout the match but insisted they will do better in their next fixture.
Oserian, who struggled for a better part of the first leg of this season, had an upper hand in the opening minutes of the match.
Well aware of their position, they showed plenty of urgency infront of goal and it took only five minutes to show their goal scoring intention.
After five minutes Azziz Mohammed missed narrowly to put his side ahead as goal bound shot veered wide.
It was the banker’s who got the first corner of the match when Benjamin Chaka’s shot was put out but they did not benefit from the advantage which was wasted.
John Kio, making a return to Oserian was a thorn in the KCB defence himself at the end of every attack.
On other side of the pitch, Clifford Alwanga, Jacob Keli and Dan Makori gave the hosts a hard time, always coming close to score but in vain.