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GOtv Shield round up : Cup holders Sofapaka sent packing as favourites SPL clubs cruise

GOtv Shield round up : Cup holders Sofapaka sent packing as favourites SPL clubs cruise

Sofapaka lead the list of SPL team who were knock out GOtv Shield round of 32 over the weekend as other SportPesa Premier League clubs sail through.

Sofapaka, fall to Administration Police 5-3 in a post-match penalty shoot-out at Ruaraka after the sides had battled to a 1-1 draw in regulation time.
Geoffrey Muhando equalizer late in the other half force the match into spot kick shoot-out . After John Baraza put Sofapaka on the driving set with a lead late in the first half

2015 Kenyan champions Gor Mahia need Meddie Kagere brace to beat a hard fighting Ushuru FC 3-2 at Kasarani Stadium.

Tusker went through to the next round after beating Global Field Evangelists 5-0 at the same venue.

League top scorer Jesse Were rediscovered his scoring touch with a hat trick. The brewers’ Kevin Kimani was also on target.

Muhoroni Youth’s needed post-match penalty kicks to get rid of KCB in an all-SPL clash that ended 0-0 after regulation time in Muhoroni.

Ten-man Leopards came from behind to beat University of Nairobi’s Wazito 2-1 at Kasarani, while Bandari easily advanced to the next round after thumping Bondo United 3-0 at Moi Stadium. Ingwe fell behind early in the second half and then suffered another setback 10 minutes later when Edwin Wafula was sent off after picking up a second bookable offence.
Nzoia dispatched the 2014 competition’s finalist Posta Rangers 1-0 via an on form Mark Bikokwa’s strike. West Kenya joining Nzoia in last 16 after piping Modern Coast Rangers in Mombasa

GOtv rounds of 32 weekend results:

Bondo United 0-3 Bandari

Rangers 0-1 Nzoia United

AFC Leopards 2-1 Wazito

Gor Mahia 3-2 Ushuru

Tusker 5-0 GFE 105

Muhoroni Youth 4-2 PSO (0-0) KCB

Sofapaka 3-5 PSO (1-1) Administration Police

City Stars 2-4 PSO (1-1) Nakumatt

Talanta 3-4 PSO (0-0) Palos

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