A clinical performance from giants Ba saw them hammer Rewa 3-0 in another round of the National League at Govind Park in Ba yesterday.
While the Men in Black were happy with the win coach Yogendra Dutt said they could have scored more.
"We always said that it is always important to win your home games and that is what we achieved today (yesterday)," Dutt said.
But the power packed Ba side that started against Rewa yesterday just could not find a way past the tough Rewa defence in the first half.
The Rewa defence was held together by the experience of skipper Simone Tamanisau in goal and Lorima Dau at the back.
The first half ended with both teams nil-all.
In the second half Ba came out a much better team playing a good passing game and the combination looked much better compared to the first half.
Ba's first goal was scored by Zahid when he broke the Rewa defence and fired a curling shot which beat a diving Tamanisau.
Hardworking Tiwa increased the lead to 2-0 when he out jumped the defence to nod home the second.
Raura then hammered home the final nail on the Rewa coffin when beat Dau before hammering home a low hard shot which Tamanisau couldn't stop.