Alwanga has managed to remain at the top of the scorer’s chart despite failing to score in the last two matches which his side has lost
For the tenth week in a row, KCB forward Clifford Alwanga remains the top scorer in the Kenyan Premier League.
Alwanga has managed to remain at the top of the scorer’s chart despite failing to score in the last two matches which his side has lost.
He remains at the top on six goals followed closely by team-mate Jacob Keli and Karuturi Sports striker Andrew Murunga.
Six other players Noah Wafula (AFC Leopards), Athman Buki (Bandari), Jimmy Bagaye (City Stars), Hussein Zzinda (Karuturi), Ezekiel Odera, Kennedy Otieno (Thika United), have each score three times.
Those who have scored twice are Martin Imbalambala (AFC Leopards), Eric Okoth, Aloyce Mangi, Thomas Ntulwe (Bandari), Jared Omwenga, Victor Omondi (Chemelil), Rama Salim (Gor Mahia), Edwin Mwaura (KCB), Dennis Mukaisi, Paul Odhiambo (Kakamega Homeboyz), Collins Neto, Godfrey Simiyu (Muhoroni), Bob Mugalia, John Barasa, Felly Mulumba (Sofapaka), Evans Amuoka (Ulinzi) Clifton Miheso (Thika United) and Ismail Dunga (Tusker).