Slum Boys clawed at Nyayo

  Posted: 19 Feb 12, 16:19

By: Wilson Mathu

Mathare United yet again failed to get any point this season when they lost their second match 2-0 at the hands of AFC Leopards in a game played at the Nyayo National stadium.

The Slum Boys failed to trounce Ingwe despite having Kenyan International Jamal Mohammed at the heart of their midfield and 2008 golden boot winner Francis Ouma in their attack.

Ingwe appeared the better side from the onset making several positive moves but failed to convert them. The possession was however rather balanced as the match progressed.

Bageya, Mang’oli open accounts

Ugandan import Jimmy Bageya opened the accounts for Ingwe in the 30th minute after capitalizing on a Joseph Ruto spill over after a counter attack.

The second half was action packed as thousands of fans most of them Ingwe supporters cheered on the teams. The Slum Boys however conceded the second only two minutes after the restart when Benard Mang'oli connected perfectly with an Allan Wanga cross to slot in from close range.

That seemed to have dampened the Mathare mood for sometime as they lost control of the midfield. Jamal Mohammed was substituted moments later for Anthony Khadudu.

Lost battle

Mathare later started fighting back but it proved a little too late as Ingwe defended well and the entry on Mike Baraza for Ingwe pushed back into their own defence.

The second consecutive game leaves AFC Leopards same in points with Sofapaka and sharing the second slot behind SoNy who have won both their matches so far.

Mathare have no points after losing both of their two opening matches.

Mathare squad: 1. Joseph Ruto 13. Athman Buki 21. Kelvino Mondi 17. Llyod Wahome 15. Anthony Kimani (Cpt) 4. Dennis Nzomo [27. Gabriel Nduru] 10. Daniel Mwaura 12. Tirus Omondi 24. Francis Ouma 2. Jamal Mohammed [30. Anthony Khadudu] 29. Andrew Tololwa [25. Jesse Were]

Subs: 22. Robert Mboya (Gk)  7. Vincent Okello  11. innocent Mutiso 14. Paul Ochieng

AFC squad 1. Patrick Matasi, 5. Edwin Baraza, 40. Eric Masika, 17. Jonas Nahimana, 3. Abbassi Kiwalabye, 4. Martin Imbalambala (Cpt), 22. Bernard Mang'oli 10. Charles Okwemba 18. Salim Khamis [34. Victor Ochieng], 50. Jimmy Bageya [11.  Mike Baraza], 9. Allan Wanga

Substitutes: 19. Barnabas Tiema (Gk), 26. Robert Syongoh, 14. Amon Muchiri, 7. Oscar Kadenge, , 8. Laurent Tumba, 

Match Commissioner -  Zach Wadeyi, Centre Referee - Anthony Ogwayo, First Asst. Referee - Brasan Mamati,Second Asst. Referee - Caroline Kiles, Fourth Official - Edward Lumbugu


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