AFC Leopards and Wazito FC recorded wins in the Kenyan Premier League games played on Friday across the country.


At the Nakuru ASK grounds, Wazito emerged 2-0 winners over Vihiga United who are using the ground for their home games following the Covid restrictions in place by the Government in the Western part of the country.


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And while the hosts gave the Francis Kimanzi side a run for their money, they were to go behind in the 42nd minute when Kevin Kimani converted a penalty after Michael Owino had been fouled in the box; a lead they persevered until the half time break.
Vihiga piled the needed pressure in the second half in a search of an equalizer but Boniface Omondi ensured that the points were home for Wazito with a goal deep in stoppage time.

In another match of the day, AFC Leopards emerged 2-0 winners over Bandari FC at the Thika Sub-County Stadium.

After a scoreless first half, Robert Mundenyu was to score his first goal in Leopards colours three minutes after resumption when he took an advantage of a poor clearance from the visitors defence after a corner to tuck the ball past Ndikumana.

Peter Thiongo was to add a second nine minutes from time to cement Leopards third place position on the log where they are currently just seven points below leaders Tusker.


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