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Leopards, Mathare share spoils

19 October 2015, 08:12

Nairobi - AFC Leopards were lucky to escape with a barren draw against Mathare United in a fast paced Sportpesa Premier League (SPL) tie staged at Safaricom Kasarani Stadium on Sunday.

It was a balanced match though the slum boys were the better side in the second half especially after the introduction of Edwin Lavatsa, speedy Harrison Mwendwa and Roy Syamba.

In the 20th minute, Mathare’s Eric Johanna tested Leopards goalkeeper Lucas Indeche with a rasping shot from 20 meters which the latter managed to parry over the bar for a fruitless corner.

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