Courtesy of michezoafrika.com
It is clearly evident that the most lethal striking partnership in the league thus far is that of Ugandan Danni Sserunkuma and Rama Salim, both playing for Gor Mahia. Danni’s brace against AFC Leopards over the weekend took his total goal tally to 12, placing him as the second best scorer in the league, five goals behind leader John Baraza of Sofapaka.
His strike partner at K’Ogalo Rama Salim has shaken the net ten times, bringing the total tally of the goals between them to 22. The only other strike partnership that comes closest to them is that of Jesse Were, Francis Ouma and Andy Tololwa with the trio having 20 goals between them.
The third best attacking duo is that of AFC Leopards’ Allan Wanga and Mike Barasa both of whom have netted six goals each and a total of 12 between themselves.
Ulinzi Stars assistant Captain Evans Amwoka is the third best scorer in the league, with his brace against Oserian taking his tally to 11 goals.
Tusker’s Jockins Atudo and Ulinzi’s Mulinge Ndetto are the two top scoring defenders, both of whom have four goals. Atudo has three goals from open play and one from the spot while Mulinge has two from both open play and penalties.
AFC Leopards is the highest scoring team having netted a total of 34 goals in 25 matches, followed by Thika United who have scored 33 times. Ulinzi Stars is third having celebrated a goal 32 times in 25 outings. Tusker comes 4th with 31 goals while KCB completes the Top five with 30 goals.
Rangers FC have the worst conceding rate in the league having sipped in a total of 44 goals shared between all their three keepers. Mathare is second with 31 goals against while Thika United is third with 29 goals against.
Tusker FC has the meanest defense having only conceded 12 goals this season.