courtesy of futaa.com
Gor Mahia still have a chance to defend their GOtv Shield after advancing to the quarter finals of the tournament with a 2-0 win over Thika United in a match played at the City Stadium.
Experienced Patrick Oboya pulled the trigger in the 50th minute with a neat left foot chip over Lucas Indeche in the Thika United goal before Ugandan Dan Sserunkuma added the second in the 58th minute.
From an eventful first half, Gor Mahia continued with their tricks in front of goal with Patrick Oboya on a six month deal proving a thorn in the flesh for the Thika defenders.
The FISA Academy man slammed home a left footed shot from a Kevin Omondi pass, also from FISA to open the scoring for the Green Army as well as his account in Kogalo, that coming in the 50th minute.
Thika United operating on the back of hundreds of Gor Mahia fans cheereing on pressed on for the leveler but it was Ugandan Dan Sserunkuma who sent their fans into a frenzy with a second goal.
It all started from Kevin Dadi Omondi combining well with Njuguna back to him to find Sserunkuma with the later again chipping home past a hopeless Indeche in the Thika goal.