Sony beats Oserian 2-1
21 February 2012, 15:38
registered their second successive win in the Kenyan Premier League after
winning 2-1 away to new comers Oserian in Naivasha. Enock Agwanda started
Sony’s assault as early as the first minute before Oserian equalized through
former Gor Mahia and Harambee Stars tactician Zedekiah Otieno piled more
pressure on the hosts and they managed to squeeze in a second through Jared
Ogalo who scored in the second minute of added time to give Sony the much
Sony now sit on
top of the table with six points, two ahead of second placed AFC Leopards who
have four. Leopards beat Mathare United 2-0 in an impressing match on Sunday
in each half through Ugandan Jimmy Bageya and new Harambee Stars call up Bernard
Mang’oli. Coach Koops was ecstatic with the first win of the season after
Leopards registered a disappointing barren draw in their first match of the
third on the table after a hard earned 2-1 win over KCB in a match played at
Nyayo Stadium on Sunday. Jacob Kelly, the current KPL top scorer with three
goals in two matches had given the bankers a lead in the first half before new
Sofapaka man Simon Mburu leveled the scores.
Baraza added Sofapaka’s tally in the second half from the Spot after new boy
Binza was hacked down in the box.
Gor Mahia who
were walloped 3-0 away in Maputo in the Confederations Cup sit at 4th
though they did not kick a ball this weekend in the KPL owing to their
involvement in the CAF Competition. Tusker also featuring in a CAF competition
did not play in the league though they sit 5th on three poins, same
Ulinzi Stars come sixth after their 2-1 win over Neighbors Karuturi Sports in
Nakuru on Saturday. Allan Otindo had given the former Champions a scare scoring
first before Kelvin Amwayi leveled scores. Evans Amwoka scored the winner lat
on in the match to give the soldiers a perfect bounce back after an awful loss
to KCB last weekend.
In other matches
played over the weekend, City Stars were held to a barren draw by Rangers at
home in Kawangware and Chemelil also managed a barren draw away to Thika.
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