Mathare United was forced to pay after relaxing towards the end of their Friday afternoon Tusker Premier League match against Chemelil Sugar at the Nairobi City Stadium.
The Slum Boys were held to a 2-2 draw by the visitors in the match despite taking the lead early in the first half courtesy of an Andrew Tololwa goal in the 24th minute.
Chemelil however responded well through Jared Obwoge Omwenga and James Omino to ensure that their side got a point from the match.
The match however started on a rather slow pace but gained momentum as the halfway mark to the first half approached with the hosts still dominating the statistics.
Tololwa caught the Chemelil defence napping after a great build up involving Mburu and Jesse Were from the midfield to put the home side a ste ahead and leave the leading into the half-time mark.
The second half was an explosive affair as Chemelil threw in all they had in bid to get an equalizer. Their efforts were rewarded in the 61st minute when James Omino was left in a one-n one situation with Musalia in Mathare's goal to crash in a shot for an equalizer.
Two goals in one minute
Mathare however quickly restarted the match and staged a well calculated counter attack that split open the Chemelil defence which was still in celebratory mood.
Tololwa collected the ball from a through pass that emanated from the midfield to slot in a second and also complete his brace for the day. This goal ensure that Mathare recaptured control of the proceedings in the 62nd minute.
The hosts however relaxed as the match calmed down towards the end but the Millers kept their spirits high and reignited their attack.
Chemelil managed to net an equalizer in the 87th minute after Mathare defenders failed to contain an Andrew Isemeki powerful header whose rebound was slotted in by on standby Jared Omwenga.
Chemelil almost had the final laugh but Isemeki attempts were thwarted by the now panicking Mathare defence in the four minutes of added time.
The draw leaves Mathare United in the ninth position while Chemelil keep their eighth place on the standings.