Defender Philemon Otieno believes winning the 2nd leg against the Rwandan challengers will be a good start to the season
Niyonzima Seif and an own objective by Andrew Juma gave the hosts success while the only objective for the Green Army was scored by Charles Momanyi. The 24- year-old has mentioned it is time to focus on the upcoming task after the Kigali frustration.
” The match in Kigali is now a past chapter,” Muguna stated after the group landed from Rwanda.
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“We need to focus ahead on the return leg and stop speaking about a match
that’s currently played. We recognise our mistakes and we understand what to do in the return leg.”
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Philemon Otieno, who was making it back to competitive football after a lengthened stint in the sidelines continued.
” The team spirit is high and the away goal will inspire us,” the Harambee Stars protector stated.
” We expect to give our best in the return leg at home. We know if we win that match, it will provide us a great platform to start the season on a high.”
In the video game versus APR, Boniface Oluoch made a key conserve to keep the score at 0-0 in the seventh minute, however Gor Mahia conceded 3 minutes later on when they went down to a Seif strike.
K’Ogalo equalised in the 27 th minute when protector Momanyi increased to satisfy Kenneth Muguna’s free-kick and superbly found the back of the web.
With the equaliser, the Kenyan side looked a more stable side and handled attacks from their hosts with palpable peace.
Gor Mahia made a change in the 53 rd minute when Bertrand Konfor, who was making his competitive debut, paved the way for winger Clifton Miheso.
Miheso saw his 56 th-minute effort from outside the box fly just broad as APR presented Jacques Tuyisenge to face a side he won 3 Premier League titles with prior to he left in 2019.
Gor Mahia went behind once again in the 63 rd-minute when Juma, signed from Mathare United to replace Joash Onyango, yielded an own objective.
The Kenyan side made a modification in the 67 th minute as another debutant, Tito Okello, was replaced and Nicholas Kipkirui was brought on in order to fire up the assaulting department.
The changes made by stand-in coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo did not pay off with an objective, however the one scored away might wind up being crucial in the return leg in December at Nyayo Stadium.