Douglas Bamweyana was left bitter after his side’s dominance couldn’t yield three points in a 2-2 draw with SC Villa at Wakissha.
The Purple Sharks were the better side on the day and deservedly got a 2-0 lead at half time but squandered it to remain winless at home in four attempts.
The gaffer described the stalemate as one of the most painful in football after the boys failed to convert the many chances they got in a game.
“This is one of the most painful draws one can ever have, I think we could easily score 12 or so goals,” Bamweyana said after the game before adding.
“We wasted a lot of chances because in the first half alone we could have scored three, eight or more in the second half. We got a lot of chances to score, I do not know maybe it wasn’t our day,” he added.
Viane Ssekajugo hit the cross bar and failed to beat Said Keni on three occasions with him to beat, Tom Masiko headed inches wide with Villa defence sleeping on duty while Hassan Ssenyonjo had his attempt cleared off the line after beating the onrushing Keni.
Bamweyana however believes that despite failing to convert the opportunities, his charges could have held of a victory.
“Yes we wasted a lot of chances but still we had gotten a healthy lead of 2-0 which could have won us the game we only had to show a little bit of composure and maturity in defence.
“We erred here and there, kicking the balls direct to them in our own area but on a general note they never deserved to take anything away from this game.”
The Purple Sharks remain unbeaten in five games but deserve better results with the performances they have put on the pitch.
It was our sixth draw in seven league outings and leaves us bottom half of the table.