Former Sofapaka and Muhoroni Youth forward Lwamba Bebeto cameoff the bench to score on the 80th minute as Ushuru FC rallied from a goal down to hold visiting GFE 105 1-1 in a Friday 14 April National Super League tie played at Camp Toyoyo.
Former Mukumu Boys student Boniface Mukhekhe broke the deadlock on the 55th minute finishing off a cross from the right channel after Ushuru back line had failed to clear the mess. Substitute Bebeto, who replaced Michael Macharia, was brought down in the box by Bernard Muchiri with center referee pointing to the spot. He stepped up to convert past GFE goalkeeper Kevin Mwakha.
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Ken Kenyatta lined up an experienced squad with the likes of Victor Ochieng', Roosevelt Blaty and Nelson Marasowe on the pitch while GFE had Harambee Stars call up Zeka Wakoli and Mukhekhe, at one time called up to Kenya U20 starting.
None of the side could break the deadlock in the opening half but pushed on to find the back of the net in the final half.
Pending other results, GFE consolidated their place at the top of the standings with 14 points as Ushuru moved to fourth spot with 12 points.
Kibera Black Stars next plays MOSCA at the sane venue from 4pm.