Gor Mahia registered their second straight draw

Bidco United celebrate their 7-0 win over Twyford FC in an FKF Cup round of 32 clash. (PHOTO/Bidco Media)

K’Ogalo, who were held to a 0-0 draw by KCB in their last league outing, took the lead in the 37th minute through Jules Ulimwengu but the visiting side levelled the scores in the 48th minute courtesy of Peter Anyona.

New Gor Mahia coach Mark Harrison opted for an attacking line-up as he partnered Burundian Ulimwengu and towering Tito Okello in the striking department and restored goalkeeper Gad Mathews between the sticks, where he replaced Samuel Njau.

On the other hand, Bidco United coach Anthony Akhulia gave a starting role to Stephen Waruru, while Peter Anyona and David Orem were given free roles in the midfield.


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