Relegated Vihiga Bullets hold Bidco United in six-goal thriller

AFC Leopards’ Kayci Odhiambo and Vincent Ogolla (left) of Vihiga FC during FKF Premier Leagiue match at Nyayo National Stadium. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Vihiga Bullets showed glimpses of their former self after holding Bidco United to a 3-3 draw in a Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League match played at Kasarani Annex on Sunday.

Despite already been relegated to the National Super League (NSL), 10-man Vihiga Bullets refused to give up just yet as they led 2-0 at the break before the hosts recovered to secure a point. Daniel Masengo was sent off.

Nicholas Masamba and Jessy Kajuba gave the visitors an unlikely 2-0 halftime lead before Ezekiel Okare pulled one for the hosts a few minutes after the restart.

Kajub completed his brace in the 55th minute before a late rally from Jacob Onyango and Dvaid Orem rescued a point for Bidco.

In Mombasa, Wazito failed to take advantage of Mathare United’s slip on Saturday after losing 1-0 to Bandari at Mbaraki Sports Complex.

Abdallah Hassan scored in the first half to hand the dockers maximum points, leaving Wazito deep into the relagtion zone.

After Mathare’s 1-0 defeat to KCB, Wazito needed a win to move four points off the Slum Boys but a defeat at the Coast leaves the battle for the promotion/relegation playoffs spot wide open.

FC Talanata edged out Kakamega Homeboyz 1-0 in the other match played at Kasarani Annex. Michael Jairo scored the winner for Talanta.

Sunday’s FKF-PL Results

Tusker 0-0 Gor Mahia

Bidco United 3-3 Vihiga Bullets

Bandari 1-0 Wazito

Talanta 1-0 KK Homeboyz

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