Kenyan Premier league team side Wazito Fc today surprised the South Sudan National team after running riot on them. The Wazito Fc side had organized for friendly with them as they were in the country for a friendly against Harambee Stars.
The South Sudan National team were beaten earlier last weekend by Harambee Stars as Elvis Rupia netted the only goal of the match.Rupia currently plays for AFC Leopards.
Now,back to the match against Wazito,Whyvone Isuza opened the scoreline in the early minutes.At the tenth minute Wazito were already up.
Michael Owino scored the second goal to double Wazito's lead just before half time.This was a after a Whyvone Isuza effort or assist yet again.
Kuol Akeen scored a consolation goal for South Sudan national team in the 80' minutes However Wazito were too strong for the visitors as the match would later end 2:1 in favor of Wazito Fc.
This was part of friendlies to rate their squad alongside international teams.Wazito are currently top four in the country premier league.
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