Gor Mahia delegated their 2017 season in style, in spite of making due with a 2-2 draw with guests SoNy FC at Kisumu’s Moi Stadium on Saturday.
Rwandan import Meddie Kagere, scored a support in the 26th and 32nd moment while George Abege got in the 22nd moment and substitute Geulord Yema included the second objective for SoNy in the 71st moment to send the stadium into wild festivals.
Energized fans who were clad in Gor’s shirts and scarfs were in the stadium from 10am to cheer their group
Gor had officially won the trophy with five establishes of matches to go. A misfortune could in any case roost the 16-time KPL champions over the log with 73 focuses, leaving second-set Sopafaka luxuriating in 52 focuses.
Roused by Dylan Kerr who was delegated Fidelity Insurance Coach of the Month for September on Thursday, the association pioneers looked formed.
In any case, SoNy FC managed the procedures up to 25th moment as Kevin Oluoch, Benjamin Mosha and Abege dovetailed well forthright with Amos Asembeka passing the crosses.
The weight yielded in the principal objective when Asembeka gathered a Loose and went past Musa Muhammed and Godfrey Walusimbi and passed it to Abege who sent Gor goalkeeper Fredrick Odhiambo the wrong way.
Gor backpedaled to the planning phase and continued with recharged assurance as they organized brave assaults. It bore organic products four minutes after the fact as Kagere gathered a fine go from George Odhiambo for the equalizer.
Kagere was grinding away again six minutes after the fact when he scored a go from Francis Kahata in the 32nd moment. SoNy’s Hamisi Abdala was substituted for Joseph Omweri five minutes to the break. Yema was then acquired for Justine Monda in the 64th as the sugar mill operators heaped weight.
Kisumu Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o and his Homabay partner Cyprian Awiti, Ronald Karauiri the SportsPesa CEO, Gor director Ambrose Rachier went to the match.