KPL results Gor Mahia open gap at the summit

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K’Ogalo are clearly out to snatch the league title from Tusker.

play Timothy Otieno and Meddie Kagere (Citizen)

Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia stretched their lead-gap to six points after overcoming Muhoroni Youth on Saturday.

Timothy Otieno hit the net twice to hand K’Ogalo an easy 2-1 win against the Awasi-based outfit at Moi Stadium, Kisumu.

Otieno connected Jacques Tuyisenge’s pass in the 22nd minute before grabbing his brace on the 27th minute.

With four minutes to the end of the game, Robert Okuyu scored for Muhoroni Youth but it was already late. The Green Army had bagged the three points and lifted their total tally to 40, six above second placed Sofapaka, who smashed Nakumatt 5-2 at Narok Stadium on the same day.

Elsewhere at Chemelil Sports complex, hosts Chemelil Sugar registered a 1-1 draw against Posta Rangers. Philip Muchuma and Kennedy Otieno scored for the Millers and the Mailmen respectively.

At Ruaraka grounds, Francis Kimanzi-coached Mathare United massacred newbies Zoo Kericho with a 6-0 margin.

Chrispin Oduor bagged a wonderful hatrick while Derrick Onyango came off the bench to complete a brace for the triumph.

Thika United also battled to edge out visiting Nzoia Sugar 1-0 at Thika Sub-county Stadium with Nigerian Onwoudi Chibuez being on target.

Collated Saturday results: Chemelil Sugar 1-1 Posta Rangers, Mathare United 6-0 Zoo Kericho, Muhoroni Youth 1-2 Gor Mahia, Sofapaka 5-2 Nakumatt and Thika 1-0 Nzoia.

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