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Johnathan McKinstry admits Cranes were below par despite Victory

By Football256 Team
Cranes coach Johnathan McKinstry was un-impressed with his team's performance | Courtesy photo

Head Coach McKinstry admitted Uganda Cranes were below par against Eritrea, despite the 2-0 victory in the third match of Group A of the 2019 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup on Wednesday at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo.

Uganda has qualified for the semifinals with a game to spare after registering three consecutive victories, scoring six goals in total.

Nicolas Kasozi and Mustafa Kizza’s penalty in the second half handed Uganda what looked to be a comfortable victory in the end.

The Cranes were admirable against Burundi in the 2-1 victory, they replicated the good performance against Somalia in the 2-0 win and struggled to get results against what McKinstry described as a well-trained side in Eritrea, for close to an hour.

“They are a very well trained outfit, they pressed us very well, their passing was fast and smooth and really did all of the things we didn’t do, caused us a lot of problems,” McKinstry said during the post-match press conference.

“We won the game 2-0, football is about winning games but performancewise I thought we were quite below par,” the Irishman frankly concluded.

McKinstry made nine changes to his line-up, choosing to rest the majority of players who had played 180 minutes of football within 36 hours.

He also revealed that the plan might have threatened to backfire but the ultimate objective luckily was achieved.

“When you make changes like we did today, you expect things sometimes not to be perfect tactically.”

“But the basics of the game, passing, receiving, movement, pressing when you are out of position, those things don’t matter whether you are playing regularly or not, they should be the norms.”

“I thought for most of the game they played better than us today and I told the players at half time. We got better in the second half but overall we need to be better, our performance really wasn’t at the level.”

“But we moved a lot of players around and one of our objectives is we rest a few legs and we were able to do that, overall it’s job done and we move on to the next level,” he added.

The Cranes will face Djibouti in their last game of the group on Sunday December 15th, 2019 at the starTimes Stadium in Lugogo.

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