Mali dented Kenya's hopes of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup after hammering Harambee Stars 5-0 in a tough Group E qualifier played in Morocco on Thursday 7th October 2021. Stars were keen to bag maximum points during the clash played, to increase their chances of earning a ticket for the global extravaganza.
Kenya Suffers Humiliating Defeat In The Hands Of Mali In World Cup Qualifier's. Kenya's Harambee Stars suffered a very humiliating defeat in the hands of Mali in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers that was played in Morocco and this defeat really spelled doom to Kenya's Harambee Stars as it dimed their quest to the 2022 world cup.
Harambee Stars were on Sunday defeated 1-0 by Mali in Group E’s 2022 World Cup qualifiers match played at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi. Mali's forward Ibrahima Kone returned to haunt Kenya once again with his 55th-minute goal enough to hand the West Africans all three points.
A resounding win for Mali, known as the Eagles made the new Harambee Stars Coach, Engin Firat receive a brutal welcome after Harambee Stars were beat 5-0 by Mali in the 2022 Africa World Cup qualifiers in Agadir, Morocco on Wednesday. Adama Traore gave the Eagles the lead with a clean finish on the 8th minute, before Ibrahima Kone nodded home the second goal on the 21st minute after a defensive error by the Harambee Stars backline.
Harambee Stars lost again to Mali, 1-0 in a match played today at Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi. This is less than a week since they lost 5-0 to a fierce Mali side. Kenya started off today's match on a high note and created a number of chances but their poor finishing costed them at the end of the match.
The hopes of many Kenyans were quickly swept away as Kenya registered another poor first-half performance that saw the team go down two goals within the opening 15 minutes before conceding a third In the 30th minute. In the first half, Kenya was beaten 4 goals to nill with the first one being scored by Adama Traore at the 8th minute, the second, third and fourth goals were scored by Ibrahima Kone at the 22nd, 36th and 45th minute's respectively and this was a clear hatrick for Ibrahima Kone.
Kenya international Francis Kahata has stated it will not be a surprise to him if the Harambee Stars defeat Mali in this weekend's World Cup qualifier by the same scoreline they were beaten by earlier this week. On Thursday, the East Africans fell 5-0 to Group E leaders the Eagles.
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Kenya's hopes of earning revenge over Mali were dented on Sunday October 10,as the west African nation silenced Harambee stars at nyayo stadium.Stars were looking to make amends against Mali during the return tie having suffered a 5-0 humiliating mid week defeat against the side. However those hopes were crushed as Ibrahima Kone shone for Mali once again as he scored the solitary goal that separated the two sides.Leaving Kenya in cries and their hope for qualification been tomented.Harambee stars had a good opportunity to bounce back to winning strike today but they didn't managed to convert their big chances around the box.They had a good game,quality player's but Mali outshine them.The defenders shown a great improvement as the opponent only manage to score one goal with that play the fan had a great hope,come next time they will be more solid than this time round and move to winning.
Former Football Kenya Federation boss Sam Nyamweya has called for the resignation of his successor Nick Mwendwa and his team after Harambee Stars were humiliated 5-0 by Mali in yesterday's World Cup qualifier. Mali’s goals were scored by Ibrahima Kone who had a hat trick against his name, Adama Traore and an own goal by Stars goalkeeper Farouk Shikhalo.