Chapa Dimba All-Stars pick vital win in Spain friendly


Chapa Dimba All-Stars pick vital win in Spain friendly
Enock Wanyama of Chapa Dimba All-Stars(in White) controls of the ball against Sant Gabriel of Spain players duringa friendly match at Complex Esportiu Marina Besos grounds - Barcelona. The match ended in 2-1 in favour of Chapa Dimba All-Stars. PHOTO/Courtesy

In Summary

  • Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom All-Stars boys’ last evening won their second friendly match against Sant Gabriel of Spain scoring 2-1 in regular time.
  • Benjamin Njenga of Shimanzi Youth and Lual Mengistu of Euronuts found the target each as the All-Stars came from a goal behind to edge out the home team Sant Gabriel 2- 1.
  • However, their girls’ counterparts were not lucky as they went down 2-0 to tactical Sant Gabriel girls at the same venue in a late kick-off.

Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom All-Stars boys’ last evening won their second friendly match against Sant Gabriel of Spain scoring 2-1 in regular time.

Benjamin Njenga of Shimanzi Youth and Lual Mengistu of Euronuts found the target each as the All-Stars came from a goal behind to edge out the home team Sant Gabriel 2- 1.

However, their girls’ counterparts were not lucky as they went down 2-0 to tactical Sant Gabriel girls at the same venue in a late kick-off.

“We’ve played a good game today. Our midfield was in control and we really had good ball possession. We have gelled together as a team and the trainings are not in vain. We were able to score goals based on the skills we have been learning from our coaches and that is what really count for us,” said Enock Wanyama, an All-Star player from South B United.

The boys showed an improved performance compared to their opening friendly. The team put to practice what they were taught in training by possessing the ball, building from the back to see them dominate the midfield.

The All-Stars boys and girls had gone through a-2 hour training in the morning of the match-day with their La Liga coaches taking them through ball passing, agility and opening up space before heading to their hotel for a 6 hour rest.

The win for the boys meant that they picked their first victory in Spain after losing 5-3 to Reus Deportiu in their opening friendly match played at their training venue, Futbol Salou in Cambrils.

The team comprising of 32, will have a rest day in their seventh day in training before embarking on training on Wednesday.

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