Mathare downs relegated Muhoroni

Mathare downs relegated Muhoroni

11 Nov 2017, 16:01

2008 Kenyan Premier League champions Mathare United kept their survival dream alive after beating relegated Muhoroni 2-1 in a Kenya Premier League staged on Saturday 11 November at the Ruaraka Grounds.

The last 11 matches between this two side had seen them share three wins each while five clashes had ended in draws. A win would be more important for Mathare United who are seeking to remain in top-flight football. 

Unbeaten Vs winless 

Coming to this match, the Slum Boys were enjoying an unbeaten run in their last six matches. For Muhoroni youth their struggles had gotten worse as they had lost four of the last six. In the last three matches they had conceded 16 goals.

The wet surface saw two sides use the slow approach. Mathare United had unsuccessful attempts through Roy Okal, Chris Ochieng while Bliss Kityo, on the other hand, failed to make a clear-cut chance count.

Just before the halftime break, the host managed to break Muho's defence. Cliff Nyakeya picked midfielder Edwin Seda who sent a low shot past Said Juma for a 1-0 lead. Five minutes into the final half, Mathare United conceded. Maxwel Onyango took advantage of a goal melee and netted Muhoroni equalizer.

Nyakeya restored Mathare's lead after John Mwangi set him up from the left wing at the 56th minute of the clash. The Slum Boys have moved to 38 points after the win. Muhoroni has now lost the last four in a row.

Starting XI: 1. Mark Kioko (GK) 25.Samuel Olwande 20. Martin Ongori 6. George Owino (C) 23.Lennox Ogutu 22. Roy Okal 4.Edward Seda 29. Chrispin Oduor 13. John Mwangi 11.Cliff Nyakeya 9. Chris Ochieng’

Subs: 14. Derrick Onyango (GK) 12. Andrew Juma 24. Victor Ashinga 27.Tyson Otieno 15.Ronald Reagan 17. Elijah Mwanzia, 7. Harrison Mwendwa

Starting XI: Said Juma, Jacob Ombija, Jeconia Ogendo, Faina Jacobs, Robert Indimuli, Collins Agade, Bliss Kityo, Maxwell Onyango, Ambrose Ayoyi, Hassan Kiyoyo, Johnmark Ochieng

Subs: Salim Sowedi, James Ogada, Yusuf Mohammed, Farouk Mudoola, Gradus Ochieng, Venval Thomas Anthony Venval.

Related news
FIFA World Cup
Argentina side termed the worst in history
22 Jun 2018, 17:25
International News
Carvajal: Ronaldo will do what is best
22 Jun 2018, 15:30
FIFA World Cup
Egyptian FA speaks out on Salah exit talk
1 hour ago
FIFA World Cup
Sterling criticized by England legend
4 hours ago
Local News
Shakava: Gor Mahia has depth to overcome tight schedule
2 hours ago