Ushuru tax Kangemi as Wazito fall to Talanta
- Ushuru FC tightened their grip atop the National Super League (NSL) with a classic 3-0 win over Kangemi All Stars Monday at Nairobi's Camp Toyoyo grounds.
- The taxmen were unwilling to relinquish their lead of the second tier league, and declared an onslaught on All Stars back line which had masterminded a 2-1 win over Nairobi City Stars last time out.
Ushuru FC tightened their grip atop the National Super League (NSL) with a classic 3-0 win over Kangemi All Stars Monday at Nairobi’s Camp Toyoyo grounds.
The taxmen were unwilling to relinquish their lead of the second tier league, and declared an onslaught on All Stars back line which had masterminded a 2-1 win over Nairobi City Stars last time out.
Oscar Mbugua and Brian Yakhama ensured Ken Kenyatta’s men went into the break with a 2-0 lead, before substitute Alex Sunga wrapped up the points at the stroke of the game.
Ushuru sit firm at the top with 41 points with Kangemi All Stars rooted bottom of the 20-member league with a reward of eight points from 18 matches.
In a later match at the same venue, heavyweights Wazito FC suffered a second consecutive defeat after they were outclassed 3-1 by relentless FC Talanta stretching their winless run to three games.
Mohammed D’ Mchulla’s men who were on the back of a 1-0 loss against unbeaten Nairobi Stima, headed for the break crashing courtesy of a Samuel Karuri 39th minute tap in into an empty net.
Second half quick fire strikes from Abdulwahab Adamand and a brace from Samuel Karuri saw Abdallah Juma’s men swagger into a coveted 3-0 lead.
Kennedy Ayacko got onto the score sheet for the hosts, five minutes to time, in what turned out to be a mere consolation.
Wazito who were relegated last season from the elite division- the Kenya Premier League are second on the log after garnering 38 points, three shy off leaders Ushuru FC with FC Talanta soaring to fourth on 35 points from 18 outings.
The final face off of the day was staged at Karuturi grounds in Naivasha, where hosts Kenya Police tamed Modern Coast Rangers 2-1 ascending to eighth on rank with 28 points, Rangers’ 21 point overhaul from 18 rounds leading them the 13th position.
Summarized NSL Round 18 Results
Kangemi All-Stars 0-3 Ushuru (Camp Toyoyo)
Wazito 1-3 Talanta (Camp Toyoyo)
Kenya Police 2-1 Modern Coast Rangers (Karuturi Grounds)
Administration Police 3-0 Eldoret Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
Kibera Black Stars 1-1 St. Joseph’s Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
Shabana 1-1 Nairobi Stima (Gusii Stadium)
Green Commandos 2-1 Kisumu All Stars (Bukhungu Stadium)
Migori Youth 1-0 Nairobi City Stars (Awendo Green Stadium)
Fortune Sacco 0-1 Coast Stima (Thika Stadium)
Thika United 0-2 Bidco United (Thika Stadium)
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