Ugandan Exports Spark KPL Match Day 15 as Gor Overtake Nkata’s Brewers

Kateregga celebrating a previous goal for Leopards in the Kenya Premier League

Ugandan exports to the Kenya premier league sparked life in the two match day 15 fixtures played on Wednesday 25th May.

Gor Mahia 2-0 Sofapaka
The defending champions continued with the superior form that has seen the green army celebrate five wins on the bounce to pile more misery on cash strapped Sofapaka.

Aucho opener
Cranes dependable midfield maestro Khalid Aucho will comfortably book his next flight to Kampala more energized after heading in the champions in the fifth minute.

Aucho nodded in just before Musa Muhammad sealed the win which happened to rocket the team to the top seat ahead of Coach Nkata’s Tusker FC who faltered later.

Afc leopards 2-2 Tusker
Coach Paul Nkata with his legion that includes Fred Nkata Jr, medicine Shafiq ‘Bhachu’ Batambuzze and Ronald Musaana failed to close the first round of the season on top of the log paving way for Gormahia to occupy the summit following their 2-2 draw to the Leopards.

Alfred Wekesa put the hosts ahead at the death of the first half before Shafiq Batambuze restored parity in the 65th minute from the spot.

Former Sc Victoria defender Yakubu Ramadhan handled the ball in a failed effort to clear off Bhachu’s risky cross.

The games most dramatic twist presented in the 90 minutes when Allan Kateregga seemed to have given the Leopards a victory only for former SC Villa industrious midfielder Ekhaliana Ndolo to cancel the result.

The results imply that Gormahia head to the mid season break at the top with 29 points ahead of Nkata’s Tusker only on goal difference.


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