CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is worried by his side’s failure to convert good scoring chances after Sunday’s 1-1 draw with ZPC Kariba at the National Sports Stadium.
Malawian winger Gerald Phiri had to help United escape defeat by scoring direct from the corner kick after ZPC Kariba had taken an early lead through Raphael Manuvire.
But it was a tale of missed scoring opportunities for Caps who had Roderick Mutuma, Moses Muchenje, Leonard Fiyado and Kudzai Nyamufukudza fluffing glorious chances to score.
“We created some good chances to score and not half chances. We should have won by a five goal margin I think,” Harrison said.
“While I can take positives from the fact that we are creating some good opportunities, I am equally worried by the way we are failing to bury the chances.
“When we go back to training this week we have to work more on our finishing and getting more concentration in the box.
“I am disappointed we dropped two points today but we will keep on pushing harder.”
Caps are now winless in their last four games which have seen them lose two while drawing as many.
The Harare giants visit Highlanders in their next match which would a stern test for Harrison and his charges.
Friday: FC Platinum v Tsholotsho (Mandava)
Saturday: How Mine v Whawha (Barbourfields), ZPC Kariba v Flame Lily (Gwanzura)
Sunday: Highlanders v CAPS United (Barbourfields), Buffaloes v Chapungu (Sakubva), Hwange v Dongo Sawmill (Colliery), Triangle v Harare City (Gibbo), Dynamos v Chicken Inn (Rufaro).