NSL Review: One match disrupted as Ushuru go top

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14 goals were scored during National Super League matches played on Saturday

A total of four matches were played on Saturday in the National Super League across the country with 14 goals scored. However the match between Vihiga United and Administration Police was abandoned following protests by the latter who felt the second goal, that made the score-line read 2-1 in favour of the home team, should not have counted.

The match's results have been left pending, waiting the NSL's Disciplinary Committee's verdict on the same.

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At Camp Toyoyo, Nakuru-based St. Josephs, who finished the match one man less after Leishan Moitan, who was coincidentally making a return after serving his one match ban, was red carded; came from two goals down to force a 3-3 draw with Nairobi City Stars. The Kawangware-based side scored their goals through Robert Ndungu, Ezekiel Odera and David Juma but a Salim Akatha brace and Wilson Andati strike ensured points are shared.

FC Talanta were held to a 1-1 draw by visiting Modern Coast Rangers at the same venue. The visitors scored first through Francis Ocholla before Erick Kapaito leveled the scores. The latter did well to go through two defenders later on but saw his effort hit the crossbar with the goalkeeper well beaten.

In other results, Ushuru FC continued with their good run at the expense of poor Bidco as they emerged 3-0 winners at Thika Municipal Stadium to go top of the table. The Nyanza-based Isebania recorded their third win in a row after defeating MOSCA 2-1.

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