The Rwandan star scored the second goal as Gor Mahia roared to a 2-0 win over Sofapaka in a top-of-the-table KPL clash played on Sunday at Moi Stadium in Kisumu.
The win enabled K’Ogalo to increase their tally of points to 66, 10 more than second-placed Batoto ba Mungu.
However, K’Ogalo coach Hassan Oktay has confirmed to Goal that Tuyisenge aggravated the injury he was carrying going into the match and could miss a couple of fixtures before the season comes to a close.
“Tuyisenge was half injured when he started against Sofapaka but the injury got worse after the game. We are monitoring him and I have a feeling that he will miss a few matches,” Oktay told Goal in an interview.