Part action in the Left Foot Sports league. [Courtesy]

NFT AutoPort Freight produced a stunning first-half display to sink Microsoft Kenya 3-1 in the Left Foot Sports Corporate League at Sikh Union Club Astro Turf on Forest Road at the weekend.

AutoPort, who are making their debut in the league, looked the better side in the opening exchanges and they deservedly took the lead with only eight minutes played when Nassor Yussuf, drilled home from outside the box past the stretching hands of Microsoft goalkeeper.

The newcomers continued to attack their fellow newcomers, and in the 24th minute, they doubled their scoreline when Muhammad Hasan hit the back of the net off a cross from Yussuf.

At the start of the second half, it was AutoPort, who looked to add to their tally, and it did not take long as Yussuf scored from close range in the 48th minute to make it 3-0.

Though Microsoft pulled a goal back courtesy of Sunday Obenda in the 55th minute, it was not enough to stop AutoPort from registering their fourth successive victory in the division and move to the top of the table with a maximum of 12 points from four matches.

They kicked off the season with a resounding 3-0 victory over Astral Aviation, overpowered Nation Media 4-2, then floored Apec Consortium 5-1 in their third match before the 3-1 win against Microsoft.

In another Corporate League fixture, Nation Media roared to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Astral Aviation.

Meanwhile, in the Social League, Jamhuri Bulls FC fought back to defeat One Africa Logistics 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller while Salim Omar Advocates won the battle of law after defeating Saad Advocates 2-0.

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