Oliech's Auxerre edged out by FC Tours as Wanyama's Celtic throw away priceless points in a 2-2 draw against Hibernian at Celtic Park on Saturday
Kenyan international Dennis Oliech’s side AJ Auxerre suffered a massive blow in French Division two league match played after succumbing to a 0-1 defeat in the hands of FC Tours in match played at Tours home ground, Valel du Cher stadium.
Blayac Jeremy scored the all important goal from the spot in the second half to give Tours the three crucial points in a match that opportunities were far and wide.
The away loss complicates the matrix for the former French Ligue 1 side and they must bounce back in the next match.
The loss leaves Auxerre at position eight in the twenty team table with nine points five adrift of table topper Dijon FCO who are at the apex on 15 points.
Auxerre have played six games winning three and losing a similar number.
Their next match will be a home tie against FC Istres on September 14.
After his Champions league exploits last week when he scored in his team's 2-0 win over Helsingborng, Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama’s side were held to a 2-2 draw at Celtic Park by Hibernian in a Scottish league match played on Saturday.
Just barely 60 seconds into the match, Wanyama could have grabbed his third goal in as many games when he flicked Twardzik's free-kick goal wards but Ben Williams managed to get a vital touch to turn his header behind.
Wanyama, who is quickly asserting himself with his aerial prowess, came close again with another header in the 12th minute which went wide before he was substituted in the 45th minute making way for teenager Irvine Jackson.
The Hoppers now lie second in the Scottish league standings with 8 points, one point behind leaders Motherwell. Hibernain are third with 8 points though with an inferior goal difference.
Kenyan hotshot Lawrence Olum played the entire match as his league side Sporting Kansas opened up a four point lead in the US major soccer league courtesy of a 2-1 win over Toronto on Sunday.
The visitors had grabbed the lead through Paulo Nagamura and Oriol Rossel to register the win. The versatile Olum playing in defence put up a solid performance and was highly cheered by the home fans at the blow of the final whistle.
The win leaves Kansas on 50 points, four above Thierry Henry’s New York Red Bulls who are on 46 points Chicago is third on 44 points
Olum’s next assignment will be on September 14 against Houston at home at their home stadium, Livestrong Sporting Park.
MacDonald Mariga’s Inter-Milan suffered a heavy defeat of the season after crushing a 3-0 to AS Roma.
The Kenyan international did not feature as he is still recovering from an injury suffered last season.
The loss leaves them at position 9 with 3 points, just a position above bitter rivals AC Milan on similar points.
Defending champions Juventus are at the top of the 20 team Serie A league with 6 points.
KRC Genk attacker Ayub Timbe continued to show his pedigree as he helped his side pick a point from Belgian league giants Anderlecht after battling to a 2-2 draw.
Timbe contributed effectively in the match and gave the assist to Monrose Joseph for the second goal in match played at the Vanden Stock Stadium on Sunday evening.
Timbe’s side went ahead as early s the 10th minute through Benjamin Deceulaer but their lead was cancelled by Jovanovic Milan.
Morose grabbed Gens second goal after a neat combination with Timbe but the stubborn visitors once again cancelled the lead in the 52nd minute through Masiimo Bruno to ensure that Genk did not leave with maximum pints.
Genk is now rooted in position 7 with 10 points in the 16 team table. They are six points adrift of leaders Club Brugge while Anderlecht is second on 12 points.