Regardless of whether an objective scored on us, I would in any case move like Ronaldo – Comedian Dereje Haile talks about the upcoming football match with Ethiopian guard higher authorities. The Kenyan young ladies laid vengeance on their Ethiopian partners who had beaten them 4-2 when they met in the gathering stages and outlived them to procure the CECAFA area ticket. Shikangwa had opened the scoring for the Kenyan before Vivian Makokha scored into her own net to draw the game level.
Notwithstanding, it was the Kenyan young ladies who needed it more and procured the crown without a second to spare. The home side had begun the last well and had a sniff at the objective when Teresa Engesha moved her far beyond her markers, however, her possible shot was inches wide.
Vihiga anyway broke the halt minutes some other time when Shikangwa responded speediest to a bounce back after guardian Tarikua Bargena had spilled a shot from Violet Wanyonyi. It was an ideal beginning for the four-time Kenyan heroes who had effectively contained the risky and free-scoring Ethiopians. Captain Loza Abera who has been CBE’s best player in the competition was closed out by an all-around arranged procedure by the Kenyans.
Be that as it may, CBE drew level when Makokha brushed a header behind her own goalkeeper as she attempted to guard a corner. The different sides went to the break one a-piece. Yet, in the second half it was all Vihiga, and truly, all Shikangwa in the last third. The 20-year old forward shook the crossbar with a grating left-footer from distance prior to driving the manager to a shrewd save from practically a similar distance.