NSL Review: Teddy Osok strikes late as Wazito maintain top spot

NSL Review: Teddy Osok strikes late as Wazito maintain top spotWazito midfielder Teddy Osok wheels away in celebration after netting the winning goal against Thika United (PHOTO: Kelly Ayodi/Wazito FC)

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Wazito maintained their place at the top of the FKF National Super League following a 1-0 win over Thika United on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, at Camp Toyoyo.

Teddy Osok, recently called up to the National team for the upcoming Africa Nations Championships Qualifier against Burundi, struck the lone goal with a minute left on the clock. This after Thika had mounted a resolute defense, that finally caved in to pressure from the promotion candidates.

Wazito, following the win, pulled four points clear of second-placed Kisumu All-Stars, who faltered at the hands of Modern Coast Rangers. Nairobi Stima, meanwhile, is third while Ushuru closes the top four bracket with 66 points.

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Round 34 Results

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

  1. Kenya Police 1-1 Bidco United (Karuturi Grounds)
  2. Modern Coast Rangers 2-1 Kisumu All Stars (Serani Sports Ground)
  3. Coast Stima 1-2 Ushuru (Mbaraki Sports Club)
  4. Migori Youth 0-0 Nairobi Stima (Awendo Stadium)
  5. Kibera Black Stars 1-0 Administration Police (Hope Center)
  6. Fortune Sacco 1-2 Eldoret Youth (Thika Stadium)
  7. Green Commandos 3-1 Shabana (Bukhungu Stadium)
  8. Nairobi City Stars 2-3 St. Joseph’s Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
  9. Kangemi All-Stars 3-2 FC Talanta (Camp Toyoyo)
  10. Wazito 1-0 Thika United (Camp Toyoyo)

Standings


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