Tusker Premier League former champions Ulinzi Stars subjected their Sunday 23 September opponents Oserian FC to a 2-0 defeat at the Oserian stadium courtesy of an Evans Amuoka brace in the 16th and 50th minutes.
The soldiers were however not the evidently better side especially in the first half with the hosts pressing hard and getting a host of chances which they never capitalized on.
Ulinzi however took the lead in the 16th minute from a fine loop from lead striker Evans Amuoka after John Waw left his line at the Oserian goal.
Oserian better in first half
Oserian was however the team that appeared the more dangerous side for the better part of the first half but they were guilty of wasting their chances heading into the halftime mark behind the match.
The match went into the halftime break with the hosts still trailing by a goal but this did not seem to challenge them to a better performance in the second half.
Steve Waruru changed the pace of Ulinzi Stars dramatically after being introduced towards the end of the first half for Anthony Nderitu.
Oserian strained under the scathing attacks from the military men and the soldiers got a reward for their hard work with a second goal in the 50th minute.
Evans Amuoka drove in a clean header from within the box that left the Oserian keeper gasping for breath. Ulinzi continued to dominate the match with Oserian strikers remaining wasteful for the better part of the match.
The loss for Oserian piles up their miseries as the fight to avoid relegation seems to be getting out of hand with five matches to go this season.
The flower Men risk dropping to the bottom of the log if Rangers win their Monday match against KCB. Ulinzi have now overtaken Ulinzi into fourth after the latter lost their match against SoNy Sugar away at Awendo.