The Kenya premier league has taken another turn after the return from the break during the covid 19 pandemic. Teams are still trying their best to fight for the title. Tusker is still on top of the table with 51 points having played 23 games as KCB comes second to pressure for the title.
In the top scores, Kariobangi sharks Star Eric Kapaito is still leading the table after scoring 14 goals in 22 matches played. Kapaito has been in good form and is willing to score more and help his team achieve the top 4 spot.
Kariobangi Sharks coach has admitted that Kapaito is really talented, and can be the one to overturn the goal scoring record of 26 goals being hold by Former Gor mahia legend Mourice Ochieng.
During an Interview with the Elvis Rupia, he said that he is ready to score more goals and win more matches for Afc Leopards, in the next coming matches. The former Nzoia Sugar star believes that he can he can break the record of the most goals scored in the premier league. Rupia has helped Afc Leopards to reach the top 4 with 42 points, 8 points behind league leaders Tusker who have played one more match.
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