Three goals and two assists for Gor Mahia’s Ugandan striker Patrick Kaddu seals the win for Gor Mahia who are now 6 points clear at the top
On Friday Gor Mahia CEO Ray Oruo said the ban on signing new players was lifted after the club cleared arrears owed to former players namely Ghanaian midfielder Jackson Owusu, Malian goalkeeper Adama Traore and a fine of Sh998,000 paid to Fifa.
On Wednesday, Gor Mahia fielded a debutant, Patrick Kaddu, a former Kitara FC (Uganda) striker who had been training with the club for the past two months but couldn’t be registered due to the FIFA ban. Kaddu started in the place of FKF-Premier League top scorer Benson Omala. Omala, who has scored 19 goals in 21 games, replaced Peter Lwasa with 20 minutes remaining, but he missed three clear-cut opportunities. Other debutants for Gor Mahia were Sylvester Owino and Rwandese midfielder Emery Bayisenge.
Astin Odhiambo opened the scoring in the 20th minute before Peter Lwasa doubled the lead in the 25th minute. Kaddu scored in the 52′, 54′, and 85′ to bag a famous hat trick at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.
The loss means Vihiga Bullets retain their spot at the bottom of the league with just 5 points.
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Kariobangi Sharks (2)-(2) Wazito
Kakamega Homeboyz (0)-(0) KCB
Tusker (3)-(1) Bidco United
Talanta (0)-(2) Posta Rangers
AFC Leopards (1)-(0) Bandari
City Stars (3)-(0) Mathare United
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