HARAMBEE STARS NIGHTMARE CONTINUES AS THEY YET AGAIN LOSE TO MALI
Harambee stars chances of making it to the 2022 FIFA world cup in Qatar were crushed following the second successive loss to Mali this evening at Nyayo stadium.
There seems to be no end in sight for Harambee stars abysmal performances as they yet again lose to Mali at Nyayo Stadium this Evening.
Kenyans hopes of reviving their chances of grabbing a spot in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar were crushed in the 54th minute by Ibrahima Kone who shot past Kenyan goalie after receiving a fine pass from Charles Traore.
Harambee stars,photo courtesy
Harambee stars were hoping to take their Revenge at home turf after their embarrassing 5-0 loss to Mali in the first leg.
The loss so Kenya exit from the competition having only two points from all the matches they had already played.
Kenya was the dominant side in the first half coming close to score a goal several times, however, they failed to continue with the momentum in the second half allowing Kone to take a shot inside their box.
Group E is currently led by Mali who have 10 points, closely followed by Uganda with eight points, Kenya comes in the third place with two points then Rwanda closes off with a point.