Kenyan international and former captain Victor Wanyama captained his American side Club de Foot Montreal to victory yesterday. The former Tottenham Hotspur player played the full match as his side defeated Chicago Fire 2-0 in the Major Soccer League (MLS) Playoffs.
Elsewhere, Joseph Okumu's Belgian club KAA Gent lost to Kortrijk 1-0 in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League. Gent failed to net in a penalty kick in the 48th minute of the match. Faiz Selemanie scored a penalty in the ninth minute for Kortrijk who won the match narrowly adding onto Gent's woes this season.
Former Gor Mahia midfielder Tobias Otieno came from the bench for his side, Union Omaha side as they drew with North Texas in the United Soccer League (USL) League One.
Damia Viader opened the scoring for Omaha just after 11 minutes of play with Kalil Elmedkhar restoring parity for Texas seven minutes later.
Kenyan midfielder Bruce Kamau played the full match for his side OFI Crete which was playing against AEK Athens in the Greek Super League.
In other news, it was not a proud moment for former AFC Leopards midfielder Harrison Mwendwa as his side Kabwe Warriors was eliminated from the CAF Confederation Cup by Malagasy side Centre de Formation de Football Andoharanofotsy (CFFA).
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