Ben Stanley’s second brace was all we needed to come from two goals down beating Vihiga Bullets 3-2 in Bukhungu.
In a fairly closely contested tie, we had our fair share of in the opening quarter hour of the game through Addis Panoam. The South Sudan international had a twin chances on goal from close range but Bullets custodian reacted to occasion to deny Panoam the opener.
At the half hour mark, we had yet another chance on goal through Alex Imbusia. The striker collected Addis Panoam’s pass before shooting on goal that troubled the keeper for a a corner kick with the resultant kick being saved.
Five minutes later, Evans Maliachi set Addis Panoam through on goal but the striker failed to beat the keeper from a one on one situation.
Five mintues before the interval, the host finally broke the deadlock through Oyugi, the striker reacted to a rebound to slot in past Omondi.
At the stroke of halftime, Sébastien Sunday rushed at the near post to head in Ben Stanley’s delivery for the equalizer.
Upon resumption, the host restored their lead two minutes in to the final half of the match
At the hour mark Ben Stanley collected Rody Manga’s flick before running through Bullets defense and burying the ball past Bullets keeper
Against the run of play Omondi once again found himself at Bullets penalty area, controlled Roy Okal’s ball before making a solo run into our opponents box before scoring our wining goal to end our 5 game winless run