Ingwe are now having nineteen points from twelve matches, and still looking for their first victory after four matches
AFC Leopards came into the match needing a win after losing their last two matches in the league, with the mailmen coming into the match after two successive victories against Tusker and Ushuru.
Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno’s side came into the match favorites following their recent run, and they could have taken the lead in the third minute when Joseph Nyaga headed wide a free-kick. Andrew Tololwa almost got a lead in favor of AFC Leopards in the tenth minute, however, his shot flew wide, off the mark.
In the 18th minute, Joackins Atudo forced Lukas Indeche into a fine save after from a free-kick in the edge of the eighteen yard box. Four minutes later, Ingwe were saved by the post as Nyaga was fed well in the area, only to see his shot off target with the goalkeeper well beaten.
It was the same story for AFC Leopards in the stroke of half-time as Simon Abuko fed Kepha Aswani in the opponent’s danger zone, only to see his effort hit the cross bar.
It was the same story in the second half as both sides tried hard to push for an opener, but thanks to Lukas Indeche and Patrick Matasi and poor finishing from both sides, it was all even with Ingwe fans feeling the pressure following Gor Mahia’s weekend win.
Ingwe are now having nineteen points from twelve matches, and still looking for their first win after four matches in all competitions, as Rangers smile all the way to the third position with 21 points, displacing champions Gor Mahia.