Kenya’s Harambee Stars takes on Mozambique in an international friendly match scheduled for Sunday 13th at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani and leading striker Michael Olunga is a man pumped up for the encounter.
Taking a break from his fiery form for club side Kashiwa Reysol in the Japanese J League, the lanky forward believes Stars can do better than their last outing when they had to fight back for a draw against Uganda Cranes, another international friendly hosted by Kenya.
”It was a draw but we gave our all in showed a good game good. We want to proceed from where we left. I’m urging fans to show up because we are expecting to give our all in this game,” Olunga says in a press briefing after a training session.
The former Gor Mahia forward wants the stadium filled, as opposed to their last encounter against Uganda when he led out Kenya in the absence of Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama. The Spurs anchorman is present this time around and so are some notable names who missed the Uganda action.
”The fans should expect a good game from us. As players when we are out there, we give our all to impress the fans who show up for the games,” continues Olunga.
Francis Kimanzi’s men have been in camp since Monday 30th, and as the week wore on, Internationals arrived to boost his unit, Oulnga the latest to show up.
The match will be commissioned by Peter Kiereini and at the center of it all, Israel Mpaima- a FIFA accredited Kenyan referee. Mpaima will be assisted by Tony Kidiya and Samuel Kuria while Andrew Juma will be the Fourth Official.