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Tusker thrash St Michel

Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title holders Tusker came from a goal down to beat St. Michel 4-1 in a Caf Champions League preliminary match that was staged at Stade Linite in Victoria on Saturday.

A brace from David Ochieng and a goal each from substitutes Michael Olunga and Andrew Segkayombya was enough to give the brewers a huge away win.

Ochieng cancelled an early goal from the hosts with an equalizer on 32 minutes for a 1-1 halftime score.

Olunga made it 2-1 on 67 minutes before Ugandan import Sekayombya scored his debut goal 12 minutes from time.

Ochieng completed his brace on 85 minutes to complete a Tusker rout.

The return leg will be played in Nairobi in two weeks’ time with the winner of the tie set to face Caf Champions League winners Al Ahly in the next round.

Tusker XI: Boniface Oluoch, Martin Kiiza, Joseph Shikokoti, Mark Odhiambo, Humphrey Okoti, David Ochieng, Khalid Aucho, Robert Omnuk, Ismael Dunga, Edwin Ombasa, Jesse Were

Subs: Samuel Odhiambo, Moses Arita, Michael Olunga, Andrew Segkayombya, Luke Ochieng Peter Opiyo and Maurice Odipo


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