Mount Kenya United formerly Nakumatt registered their back to back wins in today’s Kenya Premier League (KPL) against AFC Leopards with newly hired coach Andre Casa Mbungo in-charge.
It was a win for Gor Mahia and Western Stima as search for points gains momentum.
After surviving relegation, Mount Kenya United registered their back to back victories of the season when they edging out AFC Leopards 2-1 at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos.
Peter Amani broke the deadlock for Mount Kenya United before Salim Abdalla leveled for AFC but former AFC Leopards player Timona Wanyonyi scored against his former club to seal victory for Mount Kenya. The win comes in less than four days after they ended Mathare United’s unbeaten run on Saturday.
Reigning champions Gor Mahia extended their win in domestic football following their win against cash-strapped Vihiga United at Bukhungu stadium.
Nicholas Kipkirui scored the lone goal in the 44th minute with his perfect header, the same way he did in Gor Mahia against Zamalek in the CAF Confederation Cup in a 4-2 win.
In other match of the day, Western Stima won by a solitary goal against Zoo kericho at Kericho Green Stadium.Additional information Daily Nation