Migori Youth played FC Talanta to a barren draw in a rescheduled match that was held Wednesday May 26 at Ruaraka grounds, Nairobi.
This was the third game Migori were playing after the National Super League resumed a week ago from a Covid-19 induced break.
The Wilson Aol and Kevin Oluoch led team began their attacking streak in the tenth minute after Samuel Otieno’s scoring attempt was blocked by Mawela Shela, who cleared the ball as it was just about to cross the line.
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Barack Odhiambo of FC Talanta found the net a minute later but was ruled off-side diming the teams hope of leading in the first half of play.
The game proceed into the second half where both teams continued to raid their opponents in spectacular goal scoring attempts.
Talanta head coach Ken Kenyatta hailed Migori Youth at the end as worthy opponents in the game that saw his team fouled twice of the total six.
Kenyatta’s boys were coming off a 3-2 win over Murang’a Seal while Migori were looking to recover from a 2-1 defeat against Coast Stima.
The Migori based team resumed their games with both Dickson Raila and Michael Bosco scoring 2 goals to nil to secure a comfortable win over Mwatate United.
The are currently place 14th on the log with with 22 points after 19 games while Talanta remain top with 36 points.
Migori Youth will meet Kisumu Hot Stars at home and Mt. Kenya United away in their next fixture.
They will thereafter invite FC Talanta at Migori Stadium for return match on Friday June 11.