The Harambee stars captain have always been out of his form after having an injury while still in Tottenham. Victor Wanyama had an ankle injury which made him loose most of his games for a period of one month.
The Harambee stars midfielder joined Montreal Impact after struggling with an injury in 2018.
The star have shown good play since joining that club by wining awards and also being nominated in best player award at Montreal Impact in Canada .Victor is one of the best players in Africa as he is the fast Kenyan Footballer to score a goal in UCL.
He have been loosing his position even in national team.
Victor will now be available in Harambee stars squad that will face the Ugandan cranes at World cup qualification.
The Kenyan captain told ascertain TV that he is ready to assist his country to qualify for world cup 2022.
Kenya was grouped in group E with Uganda,Mali and Rwanda. This time round Kenya has high chances of qualifying for world cup.
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