Kenyan youngster Henry Ochieng, 19, played his first full game for Leyton Orient as the team fought back from a goal down to share spoils with Luton Town in an English League Two match played at Kenilworth Road on Friday 14th April.
Danny Hylton opened the scoring for Luton in the 33rd minute, a lead they held on to until the 54th minute when Liam Kelly leveled the scores from the spot. Liam Kelly turned the provider in the 61st as Tristan Abrahams powered Luton on the lead again but Isaac Vassell leveled on the 71st minute to ensure the two teams share spoils.
After the result, Leyton Orient remain rooted at the bottom of the log with 33 points having played 42 matches while Luton on the other hand are fourth with 67 points having played the same number of matches.
In Finland, Kenyan duo of Clement Dafaa and Amos Ekhalie featured as IFK Marienham held table-topper HJK Helsinki to a 1-1 draw in a top-tier match played at the Wiklöf Holding Arena.
Nigerian Faith Obilor put HJK on the driving seat in the 31st minute, a lead they held on to until the 74th minute when Brian Span equalised for Marienham.
Amos Ekhalie started the match and was replaced by Dafaa in the 71st minute. HJK tops the log with 7 points having played three matches while Marienham is second with four points but has played a game less.