William Wadri was on target as his Kenyan side, Bandari FC registered a comfortable 2-0 win over Vihiga United in a Kenyan Premier League match played at Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega County.
The visitors dominated the match from the onset but good defending from the home team ensured that the first stanza ended barren.
The script was equally similar in the second stanza with Bandari doing all the attacking but their attempts to breakdown were severally quashed.
The goal did finally come in a spectacular fashion in the 70th minute, when former Proline and KCCA FC striker Wadri curled home a wonderful free kick past United’s goalkeeper Levis Opiyo.
A day of spectaculars culminated with Bandari shot stopper Farouk Shikalo scoring an outrageous the second deep into stoppage time.
Opiyo was off his line, so Shikalo who is also a member of the Harambee Stars kicked it long and found the back of the net from his own goal area.
Bandari coach Bernard Mwalala was impressed with his team’s show in what he termed as a difficult match.
“It was a good show from the boys. We needed to get the points especially after last weekend’s draw. The game was tough, our hosts made it very difficult for us but I am glad that we got the points,” Mwalala said.
Ugandan defender Fred Nkata also featured for the Dockers in the game. Bandari remain third in the Kenyan Premier League log with 52 points, four behind second placed Sofapaka although the Mombasa based side has played a match less.
Vihiga United, home to Ugandan striker Rashid Kyambadde, is 16th on the Kenyan Premier League table with 24 points, two points above the relegation zone.