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The Sharks beat Wazito FC 4-2 in post match penalties to sail through to the third round of the SportPesaShield Tournament.

A Hillary Omondi header early in the second half cancelled Wazito FC Derrick Onyango's goal. Ebrimma Sanneh would give Sharks the lead but deep into injury time Wazito FC got an equalizer that would send the match into post match penalties.

Patilla Omoto, Sven Yidah, Hillary Omondi and Wycliffe Otieno converted their penalties to ensure that the Sharks progressed to the next round

Match Report | K-Sharks 1 vs Posta Rangers 0

Ebrimma Sanneh came off the bench to help Sharks bag maximum points against Posta Rangers FC in the league match played this afternoon at Camp Toyoyo Grounds.

The Gambian striker's goal in the 75th minute proved to be the difference between the two sides and not only helped us to our first win against the mailmen in the league but also secured our third consecutive win that sees us move to 6th place in the standings.

We next play Wazito FC in the FKF SportPesa Shield Tournament next weekend.

 

Kariobangi Sharks FC head coach William Muluya says Tanzanian giants Simba SC will head into the Super Cup clash against them as the favorites but his target is to upset the Tanzanian champions, with his focus being on advancing to the competition's final.

 

Sharks was drawn to play the Tanzanian Premier League champions on Monday 3 June, the second day of the tournament and the coach is happy to head head to match as underdogs.

 

With Simba being favorites, Muluya knows the Tanzanian side will bear the most pressure heading to the match.

 

Appetite for success

 

"Simba are the league champions in Tanzania so definitely they are favorites going into the match. I've always loved being considered an underdog, that somehow increases my appetite for success. Our target is to get to the final and for that to happen we first must beat Simba to progress and that's what we shall aim to achieve in our opening match," he said.

Sharks will be making their first appearance in the competition which was launched in 2017 and won by Gor Mahia, who beat AFC Leopards in Tanzania. The winner of the Sharks-Simba match will face the winner of the clash between Yanga and the other debutantes Kakamega Homeboyz.

The final will be played on Sunday 10 June 2018

Match Report | K-Sharks 1 - Bandari 0

We bagged maximum points in our match against Bandari FC played early morning today at Camp Toyoyo Grounds in Nairobi.

Sven Yidah's second half goal proved to be the difference between the two sides, the midfielder heading in a Duke Abuya free kick, Sharks managing to hold onto the lead and register their second successive win that sees us move to 6th place in the standings.

Our next assignment will be in the SportPesa Shield Tournament with a trip to Nanyuki to face Nanyuki Allstars next in the first round

An entertaining match at a fully packed Camp Toyoyo Grounds in Nairobi saw both teams share the spoils in the first 'Slum Derby' this season.

Sharks enjoyed much of the possession in the opening minutes of the first half but Mathare United unexpectedly took the lead through Clifford Alwanga, the 'Slum Boys' managing to carry the lead into the break.

Patilla Omoto levelled the scores, the midfielder headed the ball home from a Bolton Omwenga's corner kick. Both teams exhibited good display of football but none could get that winning goal as the match ended in a stalemate.

We maintain 11th position in the league standings with 17 points from 14 matches played. We next play Tusker FC away in Ruaraka.