"We could have beaten Nairobi United if my strikers could have used many chances that came on their way. We lost many scoring opportunities," decried Terra.
Luanda Villa coach Tom Terra wants his striking force to up their game in a bid to cut down on the increasing number of draws they have been posting since being promoted to the National Super League.
Luanda Villa have so far recorded seven draws since joining the second-tier league.
Terra blamed his strikers for failing to utilize the many chances that have been coming their way to cripple their opponents. Terra was speaking after the team drew 1-1 with Nairobi United over the weekend.
Nairobi United were the first team to score through Rodgers Ogoria in the first half with Luanda Villa equalising through Brian Bett in the second half to record their seventh draw.
"We could have beaten Nairobi United if my strikers were more aggressive. We lost many scoring opportunities," Terra lamented.
The tactician also attributed the draws to the injuries that have hit his camp lately. He said they have been forced to go back to the drawing board to streamline his squad.
"We were not able to field most of our key players because they are currently down with injuries," said Terra.
"Yes, we have maintained an unbeaten run but it is not good because we have many draws. We must look into ways of turning the draws into wins," Terra revealed.
Nairobi United coach Paul Odhiambo equally praised his charges for picking a point from Luanda Villa.
Odhiambo said his boys played well and they deserved to win and pick the point away.
He said gaining one point against Luanda Villa is a step ahead and will use the same motivation to pick three points against Mombasa Stars in their next match away.