Harambee Stars abroad: Red for Mainge as Wanyama miss Spurs loss
Harambee Stars abroad: Red for Mainge as Wanyama miss Spurs loss
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Harambee Stars abroad: Red for Mainge as Wanyama miss Spurs loss

Harambee Stars defender Yusuf Miange received his marching orders as FK Pohronie held on to a 2-2 draw against Zemplin Michalovce in a Slovakian top-flight league clash on Saturday 5 October.

Mainge received his first yellow card of the game in the 69th minute before getting his second yellow ten minutes later at a time when their opponents had a 2-1 lead. Klec, however, eased the pressure on the youngster by netting five minutes from time for a share of spoils.

Sidibe had given the visitors a five-minute lead but Pohronie levelled matters through Pelegrini in the 16th minute. Zemplin were to restore their lead in the 62nd minute through Pedro Martinez in the 62nd minute but Klec had different ideas.

In England, Stars captain Victor Wanyama miss Tottenham Hotspurs 3-0 loss at the hands of Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

Eric Ouma Dazzles

In Sweden, defender Eric Ouma after scoring in the past week came up with an assist this time as his IF Vasalund emerged 2-1 winners over hosts Sylvia; the defender amassing the entire 90 minutes.

Still, in Sweden, Stars midfielder Eric Johanna clocked 78 minutes but it did less in stopping IF Bromma from a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Degerfors; a loss that leaves them second from bottom in the Swedish Superettan.

Defender Joseph Okumu was another player who clocked the full minutes in Sweden in what was his second appearance for IF Elfsborg as they ran 4-0 winners over Falkenberg

The game saw keeper Hugo Lloris dislocate his shoulder in an incident that allowed Brighton to take the lead through Maupay. A brace later on from Connoly ensured that it was a second successive loss for Spurs in the game.

In Japan, Michael Olunga clocked the full minutes as Kashiwa Reysol fell to Yokahama by a solitary goal.

Zambia contingent

In Zambia, both Musa Mohammed and Harun Shakava amassed full minutes as Nkana FC battled to a 1-1 draw against Kansanshi Dynamos on Saturday.

Just as his Nkana fellows, goalkeeper Ian Otieno was the man entrusted with the goalkeeper duties for Red Arrows as they emerged 2-0 winners over Green Buffaloes.

At Zesco United, both David Owino and Anthony Akumu managed full minutes but there was no action for Jesse Were as the team emerged 3-2 winners over NAPSA Stars.

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