The Kenyan Premier League entered its 21st week with a chunk of games taking place across different grounds in the country.
After Tuesday's ties involving Wazito FC, Tusker FC, KCB FC, and Police FC, it was another time for a total of ten teams to be in action on Wednesday.
In the games, Gor Mahia surge at the top of the table was given a break after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Sofapaka FC in Wundanyi. Joe Waithira had given the hosts a first-half lead but Peter Lwasa stuck with 15 minutes remaining on the clock for a share of spoils.
CLUB UPDATE— AFC Leopards (@AFCLeopards) March 9, 2022
Our Football Kenya Federation Premier League match against Ulinzi Stars that was to be played today at Kericho Green Stadium has been cancelled.
Our opponents; the hosts-Ulinzi Stars had an ill-equipped ambulance .#OursForever #INGWE pic.twitter.com/AZZ3XTfHmF
Relegation-threatened Mathare United had to come from a goal down to hold KariobangiS harks in the slums Derby as Kakamega Homeboyz consolidated their position at the top of the league with a 1-0 win over local rivals Vihiga Bullets.
Posta Rangers left it late against Nairobi City Stars after they had been pegged back by the Nicholas Muyoti side with Nzoia rallying from a goal down to hold Bidco United to a 1-1 draw at Sudi Stadium.
Drama ensued in the game involving hosts Ulinzi Stars and AFC leopards as the latter refused to take to the field of play due to the unavailability of a well-equiped ambulance.
KPL Wednesday results
- Nzoia Sugar FC 1-1 Bidco United
- Kariobangi Sharks 1-1 Mathare United
- Nairobi City Stars 1-2 Posta Rangers
- FC Talanta 0-2 Bandari FC
- Kakamega Homeboyz 1-0 Vihiga Bullets FC
- Sofapaka FC 1-1 Gor Mahia