Gor Mahia vs Zamalek highlights and Photos

Oliech dedicated his goal to his late brother Steven Okumu pictured above who scored against Zamalek the last time these two side met.
“I dedicate this goal to the late Stephen Okumu,” remarked Oliech
I knew I would score by employing the same style and celebrating in the same manner like he did, I am happy for myself, the fans and Gor Mahia,”

Tuyisenge celebrates his equalizing goal

Nicholas Kipkirui scored the 3rd goal

Batambuze congratulates Tuyisenge for scoring the second goal

Oliech scores after rounding the keeper

Oliech waves to the crowd after scoring the 4th goal

Players mob Oliech

Mbish was solid

Jaro Soja arrives at the venue

The crowd was sparse, not befitting a match of such stature

Oluoch was very emotional after the game

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4 thoughts on “Gor Mahia vs Zamalek highlights and Photos

  1. This is brilliant when two huge Arab men have no choice, but to sit on the grass as Oliech struck.

    Some matter of concern: we play in Algeria on Wednesday 3.3.19, then in Egypt seven days later on Wednesday 10.3.19. Travelling and preparations there of will eat four of the seven days. It is therefore my humble submission that we don’t fly back home after Algeria. Instead we need to camp somewhere in North Africa. Flying back home will only leave us with three days of meaningful training. Camping either in Algeria or Tunisia or Egypt itself will give us some five days of uninterrupted quality training.

    Please Ja’Asego, let the EC buy this idea and write formal letters to FKF requesting for postponement of our domestic league matches and to the government to facilitate travelling. I believe that we could even cut on air travel costs if we camp north after playing in Algeria.

  2. On second thought, I think that Turkey would be the safest place to camp in and coach Oktal himself can and should be able to organize that. Turkey is separated from Cairo only by the Mediterranean Sea. Same Mediterranean climate. Besides I believe camping in Turkey is cheaper than camping anywhere else in North Africa.

    1. Very good idea B B, I hope EC are thinking of the same or are listening to such ideas. Bravo! bravo..

      God bless K’ogalo forever..

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