The 'Slum Boys’ needed maximum points after dropping four in their last two matches; collecting just one point in the process.
Francis Kimanzi charges made their intentions known early enough with a perfect display that overwhelmed the visitors, who had picked a 3-2 win in their last outing against Wazito.
The lads bounced back to winning ways in spectacular fashion as they eased past Kakamega Homeboyz 2-0 at the Kenyatta Stadium on Saturday.— Mathare United FC (@MathareUtd) September 1, 2018
Cliff Nyakeya and Ronald Reagan were on target on either end. The win leaves us with 42 points. #MUKKH #KPL2018 pic.twitter.com/dDVebmjjrJ
Mathare United just needed 22 minutes to hit the back of the net courtesy of Cliff Nyakeya, who finished off a Ronald Reagan cross.
The creator became the scorer nine minutes after the restart, this time round controlling a cleverly pass from Roy Okal’s free-kick to double the advantage. At Sudi Stadium, Nzoia Sugar managed to win the bragging rights after downing Vihiga United by a solitary goal.
The lone goal came early in the first half when the visitors conceded a free-kick that was taken by Festus Okiring, and Brian Otieno did well to hit the back of the net.
Striker Wycliffe Ochomo made it two goals in a row, albeit from the bench, to extend the Dockers unbeaten run to twelve games.