Brian Yator struck twice as KCB beat Shabana 2-0 at the Kericho Green Stadium on on 14 Nov in an NSL match day 34 tie; He eyes more goals in the remaining four games Vincent Opiyo
Brace hero Yator eyes more with KCB
By Patrick Korir | Tue 15 Nov, 2016 17:22

Former Ligi Ndogo striker Brian Yator is confident his boots will deliver more goals in the second tier National Super League that is now in its home stretch. Yator is buoyed by a brace he netted in a round 34 game on Monday 14 November at the Kericho Green Stadium that handed KCB at 2-0 win over Shabana

Yator delivered the goals in the seventh and 40th minutes to hand the bankers a sixth straight league win, and a return back to fifth place in place of Vihiga United who had assumed the position a day earlier after a 4-0 beatings of hosts Palos in Kisumu. 

Opponents not resting

"It feels really great to score especially in a game that was a must win considering all our promotion opponents had won their games at the weekend. It excites me to score not once but twice in a game and now I look forward in going for more in the remaining games," he said to Soka

Up next for KCB is a home game against struggling St. Joseph's in Nairobi and for Yator, his side is eyeing nothing short of three points from that game. 

"Our opponents are not resting on their laurels and when we host St. Joseph's in our next match we expect to maintain our winning ways. We wish to do the same in subsequent games as our aim is to back in the Premier League," he said confidently

KCB is now on 66 points from 34 games and within two and three points of Till Boys Nakumatt and Zoo Kericho, respectively, and three ahead of challengers Vihiga United. 

For Yator, his latest two goals improves his tally at the club to six goals to be ranked third behind Kennedy Owino and Job Omuse who have banged in eight and seven goals, correspondingly. 

Patrick Korir

Twitter: @tipkorir

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