Courtesy of futaa.com
The midweek Milk Derby between Gor Mahia and Thika United at the MISC Kasarani has ended in a barren draw leaving Thika United three points clear at the top of the league standings.
The hosts Gor Mahia have however dominated possession for the better part of the first half managing to contain their opponents Thika United into their own half.
Thika under pressure
Thika United strikers have also faded from action apart from David Kingatua who has been overly active managing to penetrated their opponents defence through his electric pace.
Moses Odhiambo has however managed to steer the Gor Mahia midfield to action and enjoyed the first attempt on goal in the 20th minute from a fine exchange Anthony Akumu and Edwin Lavatsa but Indeche punched it back to play.
K’ogalo then piled pressure onto Thika and came close again with another run this time from Edwin lavatsa but a weak through ball from Anthony Akumu was easy pickings for Indeche in the Thika goal.
Both teams received a yellow card each with Kingatua getting his in the 31st minute after fouling Moses Odhiambo and Gor’s right back David Otieno in the dying minutes of the firs half for fouling Dennis Odhiambo.