MUBS 5-0 KIU
Juma Shaban Omala led from the front as MUBS eased their way to victory against KIU at MUBS grounds. Juma Shaban Omala scored twice to take his tally to 2 as MUBS finally overcame some early KIU resistance to secure a comfortable League win.
MUBS broke the deadlock with a 19th minute penalty by Henry Wanyama and Juma Shaban Omala quickly
added a second as Charles Ayiewkoh’s side finally made their vast superiority count against the side ranked as one of the best with in the league.
Omala then scored his second goal after 34 minutes as they improved what could be the vital factor of goal differing in the closing stages. Marvin Mbago’s knack for an instinctive finish was demonstrated once more with MUBS’ fourth and Christopher Walyawula got his first goal for his University as plucky KIU understandably faded after a constant rearguard action.
The predicted pattern was established in the opening moments as KIU goalkeeper Hillary Ngole showed good athleticism to turn Shan Omala’s rising shot over the bar.
It was the start of an eventful half for the striker, who was also responsible for Stephen Komakech’s early departure after he was shown red for handling the ball in the box trying to deny MUBS there first goal.
MUBS were exerting total domination, with keeper Fred Ovoya’s rare touches usually passes out to his defenders greeted by ironic cheers from the sell-out MUBS crowd.
Juma Shaban Omala had three best chances all keepers to beat but his finishing was awful as all were saved by the KIU keeper Hillary Ngole
The deadlock was finally broken from the penalty spot. Stephen Komakech handles the ball trying to prevent it from crossing the line and he was shown red and Henry Wanyama stepped forward to finish the job emphatically
MUBS’ lead was doubled one minute later when Juma Shaban Omala provided a superb finish then added his second for the evening in the 34th minutes and his counter part Marvin Mbago also appearing on the score sheet making it four.
MUBS were in desperate straits now and it was no surprise when, among a host of MUBS ‘ bodies in the box, Christopher Walyawula produced a moment of composure to beat the besieged Ngole with real delicacy to round off the scoring.