The Kenyan champions cruised to a 3-2 win against the Tanzanian outfit after goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch’s two mistakes gifted them a lifeline into the Caf Confederation Cup match played at the National Stadium in Tanzania.
But the Briton coach now says his side dominated the match especially in the first half and should have won big had they converted their chances.
“We played very fantastic football in the first half and should have scored seven good chances. At the second half, we killed our tempo and from two mistakes we conceded but the first goal was from offside and the keeper needed to do better.
“The tempo we played in the first half was amazing but the final pass or decision didn’t help us. My players should always learn to concentrate but how we play sometime tiredness helps create mistakes,” Kerr told Goal.
Kerr added, “I am very proud of the attitudes for 80% of the game and we dug in to make sure we came away with the points. I will analyze the game and will put right what needs to be done but also encourage that display because at times it was awesome.”
K’Ogalo scored through George Odhiambo, Jacques Tuyisenge and captain Harun Shakava to take their points tally in the Group to eight.