A shot from Muhoroni Youth’s Hamisi Mwinyi kicked off their KPL
fixture against KCB side at the City Stadium.
KCB started the match in an upbeat mood, Jacob Keli’s shot in the third minute flies high above the cross-bar but that does not seem to deter the the Banker’s morale.
urge for equalizer
A swift score at the 5th minute into the game through Benjamin Chaka after receiving a clear pass in the box from Jacob keli gives the Bankers first impression into the game.
Muhoroni picks up in a bid for an equalizer in a game but Abbey Kunrunmi‘s sharp shot went wide after hitting the box and Hamisi’s free-kick averted by the tough opponents.
At half-time, it was 2-0 for Muhoroni whose defense seemed to be overwhelmed by KCB who kept trailing right behind them forcing them to make first substitution for Collins Ochieng with Sammy Wakhanya at the 36th minute.
Muhoroni went ahead to substitute Abbey Kunrunmi at the 53rd minute and Nicholas Akoko coming in for Paul Mboya at the 58th minute.
KCB made three substitutions in the second half, Peter Wainaina for Benjamin Chaka at the 71st, Geoffrey Maina eight minutes later for Edwin Mwaura and finally Ezekiel Odera for Clifford Alwanga at the 82nd minute.
A third score for KCB at the 60th minute indicated that the Bankers ruled the game and not even last-minute attempts by Muhoroni helped to make a score, at the blow of the final whistle it was 3-0 for Muhoroni Youth.