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Fans hold AFC Leopards players' hostage after latest setback against Nakumatt

18:59 GMT+3 12/05/2018
Marvin Omondi of AFC Leopards and John Njoroge of NAkumatt.
First half brace from Whyvonne Isuza ensured the twelve time league champions head to the break with a 2-0 lead

AFC Leopards fans are demanding answers following the team's latest setback in the Kenyan Premier League match against Nakumatt.

First half brace from Whyvonne Isuza ensured the twelve time league champions headed to the break with a 2-0 lead, but the script changed in the second half.

Former AFC Leopards men Eugine Ambulwa and Brian Nyakan scored late goals to ensure the match ended 2-2.

It was not the results the fans expected, and they reacted by holding the team hostage, demanding to know why their performance was not up to the required standard especially in the second half.

"When the team is leading 2-0 we expect more attacks as well as defending. We are not happy with the output by players, why are they not giving their best on the pitch?

"Further, why did a member of the technical bench push for changes when we were doing good?, we want answers!"

By the time this story was published, the players and the technical bench was locked in the changing room of Kenyatta Stadium.