Over or not yet over? It’s been a season crowded with events with off the pitch outweighing on the pitch incidences.
What started as rather a smooth season was interrupted by COVID-19 pandemic outbreak – not just in Kenya, but all leagues worldwide took a break as a containment measure to tame the spread of the virus that swept across continents with fatalities being reported from every corner.
With almost over half of the season gone, the title race was shaping up with Gor Mahia well perched at the summit with 54 points from 23 matches played – seven points ahead of second placed Kakamega Homeboyz.
To collect the 54 points, 47 goals have been pumped in with Kenneth Muguna scoring eight league goals so far to emerge as the club’s top scorer. No other team has scored more league goals than Gor Mahia this season.
The back has been a bit porous as well, letting in a total of 17 goals and that means the goal differences at this break stands at 30. Only Ulinzi Stars has conceded less (15).
In all competitions, Kenneth Muguna, Boniface Omondi and Nicholas Kipkirui are joint top scorers each having scored nine goals for the club. Lawrence Juma follow closely with six goals, Samuel Onyango has five goals to his name and the now departed Francis Afriye on four goals.