AFC Leopards put aside last Sunday's disappointing performance against rivals Gor Mahia in the FKF Betway Cup final by defeating visiting Bandari 2-0 at Thika Stadium. The hosts scored the first goal of the game through Robert Mudenyu in the 47th minute after Bandari failed to clear a corner ball.
Ingwe's bad record against the Powermen continued as they were defeated again at Nakuru ASK grounds in a top-flight match. AFC Leopards were defeated 3-2 by bogey side Western Stima at Nakuru ASK grounds on Tuesday, losing their second straight encounter in the FKF Premier League. Ingwe came into the game looking to avenge a 2-0 loss to Tusker, but they found it difficult after Stima scored twice through Michael Karamor in the 13th and 15th minutes, and Geoffrey Ojunga in the 89th minute, to secure a 2-0 victory.
On Saturday, the Bankers and Ingwe drew their second top-flight match of the season at Thika Stadium. On Saturday, KCB and AFC Leopards drew a dull 0-0 draw at Thika Stadium in the FKF Premier League. Before the Fifa international break, the Bankers had fallen 2-1 to previous league champions Gor Mahia in their season opener, while Ingwe had scored a morale-boosting 1-0 win against current champions Tusker.
FT: AFC Leopards 2-0 Bandari FC Robert Mudenyu nets his first-ever goal in an Ingwe shirt, while Peter Thiong'o rounds off the scoring, as depleted AFC Leopards side rally to beat the Dockers at Thika Stadium. AFC Leopards were missing the services of 5 key players in this match.
Western Stima against AFC Leopards.Leopards conceded just after 13 minutes of play after a poor communication at the back that saw Michael Karamor capitalize before putting the ball in to the back of the net past John Oyemba. Two minutes later, the hosts were running away with this,grabbing their second from the spot.
Yesterday AFC Leopards made it for three points, to curve the race for the title in the Kenya premier league table, after a 2-0 comfortable win against coastal side Bandari in Thika Stadium. A wonder goal from a substitute Peter Thiongo, opened the scoring 74th minute in the second half to give the western Icon a lead in the game.
AFC Leopards bounced back to winning ways with a deserved 2-0 victory over Bandari in their Football Kenya Federation Premier League match at Thika Sub County Stadium on Friday. Leopards, who played without a reserve goalkeeper on the bench after the contracts of the other custodians at the club expired last week, struck through Robert Mudenyu and second half substitute Peter Thiong'o to seal the victory.
AFC Leopards Lineup That Could Win Against Gor Mahia In The FKF Cup Final. Saturday, 3rd June 2021, Nairobi Kenya. AFC Leopards will be facing Gor Mahia in the FKF Cup final this Sunday and this will be a very big game in the country as the rivalry between the two biggest football club's in the country will be reignited.