Today AFC Leopard suffered their second consecutive match loose against Bandari FC at Mbaraki grounds. Bandari FC got their first goal through Kasumba Umar in 21st minute. AFC Leopard level through penalty kick from their captain Issac Kipyegon . Before halftime Bandari scored again a penalty kick from Wadri thus ending halftime 2-1 in favor of Bandari FC.
In second half their was no goal thus making match to end 2-1 Bandari taking advantage of home ground to seal all three points. AFC Leopard are currently facing FIFA ban since they failed to pay some of their previous players salaries thus making it difficult for the club to sign new players.
Other result's of matches played in Kenya Premier League they include new babies Bidco united were thrashed two nil by Nairobi City Stars. Homebozy thrashed Posta Rangers two nil, Mathare United engaged Nzoia United 2-1 and Kariobangi Sharks and Wazito Fc match ended a draw of 1-1.
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