KPL Tit Bits: Striker Allan Wanga mauls AFC Leopards as Gor Mahia keep top spot

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Striker Allan Wanga headlined the week after hitting the back of the net twice against his former side Ingwe at Mumias Complex on Sunday

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    #1 Wanga hands Zapata maiden lose

    Allan Wanga was released by Tusker alongside 11 other players at the conclusion of the 2017 season after the club deemed him a surplus. But the much-travelled forward, who keeps getting better with each passing season, proved that he still has sharp claws when he twice scratched Ingwe in a 3-0 defeat to hand coach Rodolfo Zapata his first defeat. Zapata had gone for six matches without a defeat.

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    #2 Another draw for Mathare United

    Mathare United missed another chance to bridge the gap between them and second-placed Sofapaka after they were held to a 10th draw this season. The ‘Slum Boys’, who are third on the log with 34 points, battled from behind to settle for the single point in a 1-1 draw against Bandari at the Mbaraki Sports Complex. The result against Bandari was Mathare United’s fourth consecutive draw and are yet to win a match since they beat Zoo Kericho on June 2.

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    #3 Nandwa shines for Ulinzi Stars

    Elvis Nandwa excavated Ulinzi Stars from the rubble with a brace against Thika United to hand his side a first victory in six games. The Soldier, who last registered victory on May 19 against Wazito, put behind their disappointing display in the month of June, with a new chapter when they downed Thika United 2-0, away in Kiambu County. Nandwa scored in either half to put pressure off the back of coach Dunstan Nyaudo.

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    #4 Gor Mahia still top of the log

    Gor Mahia will come back from Tanzania and find themselves still topping the KPL table. K’Ogalo are currently taking part in the regional Cecafa Kagame Cup in Dar es Salaam and despite the fact that they will be out of action for the next three league games, the champions, who have opened a 15-point lead between them and second-placed Sofapaka, have nothing to worry about as far as their lead is concerned. K’Ogalo are yet to taste defeat this season and with a game at hand, they will be at peace in their search for Cecafa glory.