NSL: Ushuru make clear intention as KCB win

The Ken Kenyatta coached side needed maximum points to ensure they remain on top after last week’s shock 2-1 defeat

A total of 17 goals were scored in the six National Super League matches played across the country.

At Camp Toyoyo, Administration Police defeated Agrochemicals 4-0 to move to the fourth position with 17 points. The hosts scored through Kevin Aimo , Alfred Chole , Benjamin Kahindi and Humphrey Alemba to condemn their hosts to the 16th position with just seven points.

The Ken Kenyatta led Ushuru FC came from a goal down to defeat Nakuru AllStars 3-1 at the same venue. Geoffrey Maina gave the visitors an early lead before David Amimo leveled matters. He was on target again in the second-half with Lwamba Bebeto getting the third one to send the taxmen to the third position with 18 points, two behind leaders Vihiga United.

A Patrick Okulo strike was all Vihiga United needed to defeat Police by a solitary goal at Mumias Complex. The Western Kenya-based side knew maximum points will take them to the top considering Wazito FC are scheduled to play on Monday.

Goals from Chrispinus Nganga , who scored a brace, and Dennis Ng'ang'a were all KCB needed to down Mosca. The Bankers dominated from the first whistle and the scoreline reflects what happened on the pitch. The Leonard Saleh side is placed fifth on 17 points.

Palos defeated FC Talanta by a solitary goal as Kibera Black Stars defeated Bidco 2-1.

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