Triangle Coach Kaindu content with a point

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Supersport

TRIANGLE coach Kelvin Kaindu is not complaining about failing to collect maximum points in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Caps United at the National Sports Stadium.

It was the Lowveld side’s eighth straight match without winning but still managed to consolidate their position on number four on the log.

Winger Hillary Bakacheza thrust Triangle ahead early into the match but the visitors failed to hold on to their lead, allowing Caps to strike back through Equatorial Guinean forward Pedro Antonio Fugo Mansego.

With Kaindu’s men managing to stay within the top-four season target, the Zambian gaffer is satisfied with the Caps draw.

“Obviously we came here looking for three points but unfortunately we settled for a draw. But a point is not bad for us since we managed to keep our forth position,” Kaindu said.

“I am not sad at all and will not complain although there are areas I feel we could have done better. We have been collecting more points away than at home and that is why the players have more confidence each time we travel away. What is important if to keep our top-four finish ambitions alive.”

Triangle reached the season’s halfway mark as serious title contenders until the current eight-match winless run.

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