Kenyan International Alwyn Tera was on the score sheet again for his club Saburtalo as they thrashed Chikhura 8-2 in a Georgian top league match played at the Mikheil Meskhis Stadium in Tbilisi on Tuesday evening.
Tera has now scored in three successive matches and Saburtalo is now third in the league standings with 19 points after 10 games.
Up next for the team is an away game against Apollon on Thursday 27th August.
In the same league, former Gor Mahia midfielder Amos Nondi will be in action for Dila Gori as they take on Torpedo Kutaisi at the Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium from 6 PM EAT Wednesday evening.
John Avire – Egypt
In the Egyptian Premier League, former Sofapaka striker John Avire played the entire match as Tanta SC lost by a solitary goal to Haras El Hodood.
Mohammed Ashraf’s sixth-minute own goal made the difference in the match. This was Avire’s second league game since joining the club over a year ago.
Tanta is currently second bottom on the log with 16 points having played 20 matches.
Also in other news;
For Gambian striker Ebrima Sanneh, Kenya is his second home and Nairobi City Stars is the club that made him who is today in the world of football.
In mid-March 2020, after coming on as a substitute, he scored to hand City Stars a 1-0 win over Nairobi Stima in the process handing the club the clearest of view to the Kenyan Premier League after four seasons. This was not the first time he was scoring a crucial goal for the club. His 11 goals – including one against Sony Sugar on the final day of the 2015 KPL season ensured the team survived relegation. Read more………..