Harambee Stars midfielder Kenneth Muguna has called on football fans to turn up in large numbers for Kenya’s clash with Tanzania this Sunday. The two will lock horns in the second leg of the African National Championships tournament qualifiers at the Kasarani Stadium.
The first leg played in Tanzania ended in a 0-0 draw but the Gor Mahia ace is confident that in front of their home fans, Migne’s side will get the job done.
‘We were looking for the clean sheet and a win. We managed to get the clean sheet but we are disappointed that we could not win. However, we have a chance to complete the job at home. I personally urge the fans to turn up in large numbers and fill the stadium just as they have been doing in the recent past,” Muguna said.
Harambee Stars have a good record against the Taifa Stars and beat them 3-2 in the Group Stages of the recently concluded Africa Cup Of Nations Tournament in June.
"We are looking forward to as much support as it was during the AFCON Qualification Campaign," Kenneth Muguna, #HomegrownStars midfielder #WeAreKenya #KenyaNiHome
Posted by Football Kenya Federation on Monday, 29 July 2019
Ticket prices for Sunday’s match have been set at a flat rate of 100 Kenyan shillings as confirmed by Football Kenya Federation chairman Nick Mwendwa. The winner of the tie will go on to face Sudan in the second round of the qualifiers.