Kariobangi Sharks determined to win silverware in 2017

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A brace from Masoud Juma and a strike from Paul Kamau reduced Umar Kasumba's strike to just a consolation

Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya has lauded his charges for a display that saw his side progress to next stage of GOtv Shield.

A brace from Masoud Juma and a strike from Paul Kamau reduced Umar Kasumba's strike to just a consolation. Muluya is happy with his team though he feels his side could have done better.

"I am happy with the outcome, we took our chances and managed to go through, it is a knockout tournament and goals matter at the end of the day. Well, we did not play that well, as we had planned initially, but we will work on it, the good thing is that we are through to the quarters."

The Sharks will now play Eldoret Youth in the last eight; in the other matches, champions Tusker will face Vihiga United, Bandari will tackle Sony Sugar and Wazito entertain the winner between AFC Leopards and Bidco United.

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