Gor Mahia FC left fullback Godfrey Walusimbi is optimistic his side will bounce back after suffering a 2-1 defeat in their 2014 Kagame Cup opener against KCC FC.

Daniel Sserunkuma gave the KPL champions a 27th minute lead before second half goals from substitutes Brian Majwega and Brian Umony saw the Ugandan champions win it at the death.

“It’s always sad losing an opening game but we’ll come back stronger,” Walusimbi told Kawowo Sports.

“We knew it was going to be a difficult game but in my observation, we didn’t deserve to lose but that’s football. You win some, you lose some,” he added.

The Ugandan international further said the result didn’t in any way reflect what happened on the pitch but congratulated KCC FC.

“Congratulations to KCC FC but I think we were the better side for most parts of the game. The result wasn’t fair to us,” he concluded.

Gor Mahia returns to action on Sunday when they face Ethiopia’s Adamma FC.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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