AFC Leopards fan takes Mombasa by storm after Bandari win

This fan had to refresh herself after Ingwe beat Bandari on Saturday.

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One of such fans, who evidently waited for the win after seven matches of ‘dry spell’, was Jean Benevistar.

Her happiness can be seen from the photos she posted on facebook as she basks on the beautiful sands of Pirates beach.

While registering his delight to P Live, the Lucky Summer branch member identified Gabriel Andika, Keziron Kizito and Vincent Oburu as her favourite players and expressed confidence that Ingwe will finish at a respectable place in the KPL title race.

“It had been long since we tasted a win and I felt great when we beat Bandari in the dying minutes of the match.”

Striker Marcellus Ingotsi was the man of the match after he scored in injury time to place AFC Leopards at position 11 with 19 points from 16 matches.

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