The Ken Kenyatta led side needed maximum points to go level on points with the bankers and narrow the gap between them and leaders Western Stima. Ekaliani Ndolo hit the target after about thirty minutes to give the taxmen a deserved lead with Benson Amianda doubling the advantage with five minutes to the break.
Fabian Oyugi halved the score line five minutes after the break from the penalty spot before Eustus Ochieng made it even in the 58th minute. With fifteen minutes to go, Evans Makari gave the visitors what turned out to be the winner.
5th September 2018 NSL results— FKF National Super League (@FKF_NSL) September 5, 2018
Adminstration Police 0 vs 0 Kenya Police
FC Talanta 3 vs 2 Kibera Black stars
Nakuru Allstars 0 vs 1 City stars
Modern Coast Rangers 1vs 0 Migori Youth FC
Bidco Utd 2 vs 1 Green Commandos
Kisumu All stars 2 vs 3 Ushuru#NSLonBambaSports #FKF pic.twitter.com/93lsQu3LKd
At Camp Toyoyo, Talanta FC capitalized on Kibera Black Stars goalkeeper's bluffs to register maximum points. Rodgers Omondi hit a brace for the Abdallah Juma led side with Michael Muya adding the third. The visitors scored their goals courtesy of substitute Philbert Ochieng’, who hit a brace.
In another match played at the same venue, Administration Police and Kenya Police fought out to a barren draw, as title chasing Nairobi Stima managed to get maximum points against St. Josephs Youth after winning 2-1.
Wednesday's results: Nakuru All-Stars 0-1 Nairobi City Stars, Bidco United 2-1 Green Commandos, Nairobi Stima 2-1 St. Joseph’s Youth, GFE 105 0-1 Coast Stima, Kisumu All-Stars 2-3 Ushuru, Modern Coast Rangers 1-0 Migori Youth, Administration Police 0-0 Kenya Police and Talanta 3-2 Kibera Black Stars.