Terror Squad Unleash “Terror” in Sakaja Super Cup

Terror Squad Unleash “Terror” in Sakaja Super Cup

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Nairobi Champions League champions Terror Squad went on rampage to hammer Ammosanders FC 10-0 as the fourth round of the Sakaja Super Cup was treated to a goal feast.

Fredrick Sudi, Anthony Lupandi and Chrispus Mauch each netted a hatrick and an additional goal from Moses Kararu to terrorise Ammosanders at Njiru grounds in Kasarani Sub County on Sunday, November 5th, 2023.

The fourth round was a goal harvest as Terror Squad was whitewashing their rivals as Bongonaya trounced Kapolo 9-1 while  Iraki Foundation thrashed Blue Sky 5-1 with Kayole United overwhelming Boosters 5-2 in a seven goal thriller at Umama grounds.

At the same time, Kariobangi Sports whipped Dandora Derby 8-0 at Kariobangi North grounds in Embakasi North.

In Kamkunji, Wenyeji beat Simba Matata 2-0 while Easthleigh Youth emerged posted a 3-0 victory over Makali at Kiambiu grounds.

Amos Kibuki and Clinton Omoke were on the mark for Wenyeji’s victory over Simba Matata as Abubakar Nanjira, Rayamond Ayimba and Josephat Njagi scored a goal each for Easthleigh Youth’s win against Makali.

In Embakasi South Sub County, City Foxes mauled Gateway 3-1. An early goal by Adam Munoko in the 3rd minute and two by Patrick Musembi Foxes an emphatic win at Vision grounds.

Maxwell Makokha and Roy Mwenda scored a goal apiece for Kamongo to beat Shofco Mukuru 2-0 Vision grounds along Mombasa Road.

In another Embakasi South fixture, goals by Roy Mwenda and Maxwell Makokha enabled Kamongo FC to beat Shofc Mukuru 2-0.

In Dagoretti South, Ruthimitu blanked Red Stars 3-1 at Nairobi City County (NCC) grounds. Edward Ndung’u, Stephen Machesio and Herbert Otieno scored to guarantee Rumirithu victory.

In Westlands, former Kenyan Premier League side Kagemi All Stars suffered a 1-0 loss to Kipande FC courtesy of a lone goal scored Stephen Theuri in the 70th minute to frustrate the qualification hopes of the former top flight league club.

Meanwhile, it was a red weekend for Embakasi East as players in the sub county recorded the most players to be given marching orders courtesy of red cards being flashed.

The Embakasi East matches witnessed a record of three red cards in the four matches played on Saturday, November 4th as 10 players were cautioned with yellow cards.

On Sunday, a coach was a culprit of a red card after Boosters tactician Darwin was red carded in the 79th minute for using abusive language against the referee in their match against Kayole United as Tobben’s striker Emmanuel Odhiambo was sent off in their 3-1 win over Kayole Youth both in Embakasi Central.

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