Wazito retain top spot on day of NSL draws
- A barren stalemate between the National Super League (NSL) leading teams - Wazito FC and Ushuru FC - highlighted a match-day of draws for the country's second-tier division
- A total seven draws were recorded on Round 24 of the NSL with Wazito closing remaining top while only three fixtures producing a winner
A barren stalemate between the National Super League (NSL) leading teams – Wazito FC and Ushuru FC – highlighted a match-day of draws for the country’s second-tier division.
A total seven draws were recorded on Round 24 of the NSL with Wazito closing remaining top while only three fixtures producing a winner.
Nairobi Stima’s barren draw against Kenya Police at the Karuturi Grounds took their total point tally to 49, same to second placed Ushuru who have a goal difference advantage and two adrift of league leaders Wazito.
Kisumu All Stars and Kenya Police seal the top 5 spots with 47 and 44 points respectively.
On the winning side, Brian Juma and Anthony Gichugu netted a goal each to hand FC Talanta the biggest victory , a 2-0 win over Modern Coast Rangers to join the winners bandwagon alongside Eldoret Youth and Thika United who won 2-1 and 1-o against Migori Youth and Green Commandos respectively.
NSL Midweek Results
- FC Talanta 2-0 Modern Coast Rangers (Camp Toyoyo)
- Administration Police 3-3 Fortune Sacco (Camp Toyoyo)
- Wazito 0-0 Ushuru (Camp Toyoyo)
- Shabana 1-1 Kibera Black Stars (Gusii Stadium)
- Eldoret Youth 2-1 Migori Youth (Eldoret Show Grounds)
- Thika United 1-0 Green Commandos (Thika Stadium)
- Bidco United 1-1 Kangemi All-Stars (Thika Stadium)
- Kisumu All Stars 1-1 Nairobi City Stars (Moi Stadium Kisumu)
- Nairobi Stima 0-0 Kenya Police (Karuturi Grounds)
- St Joseph’s Youth 1-1 Coast Stima (Afraha Stadium)
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