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Musa Mohammed on marking Rooney and the show
By Zachary Oguda | Fri 14 Jul, 2017 20:00

Giving a good show against a team composed of world class players is always going to be a difficult escapade more so when you your team is not doing well in the local scene but Gor Mahia gave an account of themselves when English Premier League side Everton FC called.

The club's captain Musa Mohammed who had almost 70 minutes under his belt said he was thrilled by the show given by his team mates.

Good Game

"It was a good game of football because we played well. Many expected us to ship so many goals but we didn't so I have to congratulate our own players for a good sho this evening," Musa said.

Musa who looked dominant in the game and was tasked with keeping Wayne Rooney on check said it was a pre ullage in marking the ex Man Unitrd striker, saying he hoped they were going to transfer the lessons learnt in the Everton game up the leafy

Priveillage 

It was a priveillage because he is one of the top stars in world football. Marking him isnt a mean feat because he is one player who knows what to do when.

On the Results: We have not been on our good streak in recent games but going by the show today and with an a new coach I know we will be good. We just hope we can replicate the show today ion our league matches," Musa added.

Attention for Gor Mahia now shifts to the KPL where they are placed second on the log.

Zachary Oguda

Twitter: @zaxoguda

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