It was a fifth consecutive draw for the two teams, and a second barren draw in as many matches involving the two sides. But it was AFC Leopards, who had several clear-cut opportunities to win the match.
The ‘slum boys’ head coach Francis Kimanzi says his side is fortunate to have gotten a point.
"We were not really at our best, they (Leopards), could have grabbed maximum points. We had a slow start and that exposed us, but again getting a point after losing three matches is a positive to us and we need to build on this and ensure we get something in our next match."
Mathare is currently placed in the 14th position with 21 points, and they will be facing Chemelil Sugar this weekend.