Wazito clip Thika, march towards acquiring KPL status


Wazito clip Thika, march towards acquiring KPL status
Wazito FC Collins Neto (R) is challenged by Shabana FC Nixon Amulundu during their National Super League (NSL) match at the Gusii Stadium, Kisii County on January 5, 2019. Wazito FC won 1-0 Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha/citizen

In Summary

  • Wazito FC maintained their lead of the National Super League table after thumping Thika United 1-0 in a charged league match played at Camp Toyoyo grounds this afternoon.

Wazito FC maintained their lead of the National Super League table after thumping Thika United 1-0 in a charged league match played at Camp Toyoyo grounds this afternoon.

When it all seemed the match would end in a barren stalemate, former Gor Mahia man Teddy Osok scored in stoppage time to hand Wazito the three precious points which stretched their points tally to 72, as they inch towards promotion to the Kenyan Premier League, with four rounds of matches left.

Thika United coach Vincent Nyaberi in a post match interview attributed the defeat to poor officiating.

“My boys played well, but officiating was poor which cost us,” Nyaberi told Citizen Digital after the match.

In other matches, Migori Youth were held to a 0-0 draw by Nairobi Stima as Green Commandos thrashed Shabana FC 3-1.

Kenya Police managed to get a point against Bidco United in a match that ended in a one-all-draw.

Colated Results

Wazito 1-0 Thika United

Kenya Police 1-1 Bidco United

Migori Youth 0-0 Nairobi Stima

Nairobi City Stars 2-3 St. Joseph

Green Commandos 3-1 Shabana

Additional reporting by Stephen Kiprop

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