Zambia head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has described Kenya’s Harambee Stars as a good team despite having the feeling that they deserved a draw.

 

Zambia were two goals down by half time but the Zambians fought back late on and pulled a goal back and were denied what seemed to be a clear goal late on and according to Micho, the game would have had a different outcome if there was VAR.

 

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“It was a clear goal because the ball crossed the line. It was late on and I think if we had VAR the goal could have stood.

 

“Kenya is a good team and I think we didn’t help ourselves too because we gave them too much space and failed to defend well when they pulled the counter-attacks. I think the two goals we conceded were simple goals so we didn’t help ourselves,” Micho said after the game.

 

Stars had a good first half in the game and had their goals though Cliff Nyakeya and an own goal from Tandi Mwape.

 

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