Gor Mahia 2-0 Muhoroni Youth: UNBEATEN K'OGALO

Gor Mahia finished 2015 season unbeaten after they smashed Muhoroni Youth 2-0 in a SportPesa Premier League match played at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday.

Ali Abondo and Michael Olunga strikes were all K'Ogalo needed to wrap up the season in style and in the process condemn their opponents to there first defeat in fifteen outings. Nyayo Stadium was packed by green army faithfuls who had turned out in large numbers to cheer their champions after what has been a tremendous season.

The visitors had been phenomenal in the second leg of the season, and Gor Mahia knew it was not business as usual when Muhoroni won a free-kick early just outside the 18 yard box, only for Wycliffe Nyangechi to shoot over.

The champions reacted by winning a fruitless corner in the 10th minute, with Khalid Aucho also wasting a glorious opportunity in the 15th minute as his feeble shot was collected by the opponents goal Daniel Kiptoo.

As  the match proceeded, Gor Mahia's confidence grew and they started dictating play from the 12th minute, but Muhoroni tried to initiate counter attacks when they won possession.

In the half an hour mark, Harun Shakava could have handed the hosts a lead when he headed the ball well, only to miss the target by inches and that was it for the first 45 minutes, as Michael Olunga, Meddie Kagere and Ali Abondo missed glorious chances.

The second half started on a high with Gor Mahia driven by fans to score, and they thought they have gotten the chance when Karim Nizigiyimana crossed for Olunga in the 51st minute, only for Kiptoo to make a timely run and take the ball.

That however, did not deter Gor Mahia from attacking and attacking, and they were rewarded a foul just outside the area in the 61st minute, which Abondo cooly curled home to send the crowd into ruptures. The goal gave more energy to Gor Mahia as they looked set to score more and Muhoroni had Kiptoo to thank in the 65th minute as he made a save from Aucho's fierce strike.

As the sugar millers pushed for the equalizer, they slept on the job and Michael Olunga was presented with an opportunity which he gladly took with five minutes to go, as Gor Mahia ended the season in style, in their day of coronation.