Ulinzi put Gor’s early title celebrations on hold

Gor Mahia will have to wait a little longer to lift their third consecutive Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title after Ulinzi Stars put a stop to their early title celebrations following their 2-0 win over Western Stima yesterday in Kisumu.

Gor who only need one win may still be declared champions if they manage to force at least a draw against Ulinzi when the two top team meet next week after the international break

John Makwata who scored in Ulinzi’s solitary goal against Stima in their first leg encounter didn’t deem to stop breaking the powerless backline when he found the target once again in yesterday’s 2-0 win in Kisumu, a win that revived Ulinzi’s confidence after they lost their East Africa Military Games title to Rwanda last week in Uganda. The win took their points tally to 47, 15 less than K’Ogalo and any slip up by the Soldiers in next Sunday’s match will hand Frank Nuttal the title with five matches to go.

Makwata took his goals tally to 11, scoring from the spot after Joash Onyango handled the ball inside the box in the 59th minute. Enos Ohieng added Ulinzi’s second in the 79th minute.

This was a fourth win for Ulinzi against Western Stima. Ulinzi are yet to lose a match in their last six league fixtures.

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