NSL: KCB hold City Stars as Stima beat St Joseph
By Jeff Kinyanjui | Sun 16 Apr, 2017 18:38

Three National Super League (NSL) matches were played across different venues on Sunday 16th April. 

Nairobi City Stars 2-2 KCB FC

KCB pulled a great come back from two goals down to share spoils with a wasteful Nairobi City Stars in an entertaining match played at the Camp Toyoyo in Nairobi. 

After a goalless first half, Nairobi City Stars came back strongly and got the first goal in the 54th minute, Ezekiel Odera tapping in a Khalid Jumaan freekick after the latter had been fouled outside the box. Robert Ndungu grabbed the second for City Stars just a minute later, capitalising on defensive mishap to slot in beautifully. 

Abuko effect

City Stars rested on their laurels after the two quick goals and were punished for it. Former Nakuru AllStars and AFC Leopards youngster Kennedy Owino headed in Simon Abuko's in swinger to pull one back for the bankers and the former AFC Leopards winger grabbed one of his own in the 83rd minute, sending in a volley past City Stars custodian Claude Koffi from the edge of the box to ensure the two teams share spoils.

Vihiga United 0-0 Nakuru AllStars

Vihiga United and Nakuru AllStars played to a barren draw in an early kick off match played at the Mumias Sports Complex. After the result, Vihiga United remains third on the log while Nakuru move to sixth.

Nairobi Stima 1-0 St Joseph FC

Former Gor Mahia midfielder Ivan Anguyo scored from the spot as Nairobi Stima picked three crucial points at the Old Trafford Grounds in Naivasha, a win that sees Stima move to eighth on the log while St Joseph drop to second bottom. 

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Jeff Kinyanjui

Twitter: @Nyash88

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