Relegation threatened Rangers produced a sensational second half come-back to beat Western Stima 2-3, in Sunday's October 28 Tusker Premier League match, at Bukhungu Stadium.
Stima looked certain to win the match, after two quick goals via set-pieces in a two-minute span for the score-board to read 2-0 at the break.
Kevin Oluoch put the hosts ahead in the 17th minute through a brilliant free-kick with keeper Rafael Omondi well beaten.
Two minutes later, Rangers conceded another free-kick at the edge of the box, and Dan Onyanga’s free-kick was partially blocked by Omondi for Kenyan international striker Wesley Kemboi to pounce on the rebound and lash unstoppable shot high into the net.
However, on resumption, industrious Evans Ogutu struck a brace (74th and 82nd minutes) before earning an injury time penalty for the Nairobi-based side, after he was brought down in the area by keeper Ben Mandela.
Burly striker Eric Muranda stepped forward to send Mandela the wrong side as Stima threw away a two-goal lead to concede three goals in the second-half.
The win saw Rangers leapfrog Oserian into the 15th position as Stima remained eighth on the log.
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