All Stars defender apologizes for own goal blunder

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Shakava scored what turned out to be the winning goal for Hull City despite All Stars managing to pull a consolation

Gor Mahia defender Harun Shakava has apologized to fans for conceding an own goal against Hull City in a friendly on Monday night.

Shakava scored what turned out to be the winning goal for Hull City despite SportPesa All Stars managing to pull a consolation courtesy of Humphrey Mieno. Eliot Holmes had scored the opening goal for English Premier League side, soaring high to beat goalkeeper Patrick Matasi with a looping header.

The K’Ogalo defender has taken to social media to ask for forgiveness from fans and promised to do his best for the team in next assignment.

Haroun Shakava

Hull City edge out SportPesa All Stars in friendly

Hull City: Charlie Andrew, Stephen Akbas, Ben Adamson, Jacob Greaves, Josh Tymon, Ben Hinchliffe, Greg Olley, Max Sheaf, Jarrod Bowen, Marc Kelledy, Greg Luer. 

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Subs: Harvey Cartwright, Charlie Dunkerley, Mason Wilson-Rhiney, Elliot Holmes, Dean Windass.

SportPesa All Stars: Patrick Matasi, James Situma, Robinson Kamura, Harun Shakava, Wesley Onguso, Humphrey Mieno, Cliff Kasuti, Allan Wanga, Amos Nondi, Mark Makwatta and Osborne Monday.

Subs: David Okello, Christopher Oruchum, Geoffrey Kataka, Moses Odhiambo, Haron Nyakha, Joshua Otieno and Samuel Ndung'u.

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