REVEALED: The Huge Amount Of Money Shabana FC Collected from Their Game Against MCF. PHOTO |SHABANA
Kisii, Kenya, June 28- Yesterday, anticipation was high as Shabana FC prepared to face off against MCF FC at Gusii Stadium.
Fans eagerly lined up to purchase tickets, ready to support their beloved team. Despite the unfortunate postponement of the match due to inclement weather, Shabana FC managed to make an impressive mark in terms of ticket sales.
A remarkable total of 2,830 tickets were sold before the game was rescheduled. Among these, 350 fortunate supporters secured VIP tickets, while the remaining 2,480 opted for regular tickets.
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The enthusiastic response from the fans resulted in Shabana FC generating a substantial revenue of Ksh 318,000 from ticket sales alone.
This accomplishment stands as a testament to the unwavering support of the loyal Shabana FC fanbase. Congratulations are in order for their incredible dedication and commitment.
Despite the postponement, Shabana FC did not disappoint their fans for long. Today, they faced MCF FC in a thrilling encounter.
The club took the field with an added advantage: the entrance fee for the match was waived, allowing more spectators to enjoy the game. The atmosphere was electric as both teams vied for victory.
In an impressive display of skill and determination, Shabana FC emerged triumphant with a commanding 3-1 victory over MCF FC.
The match proved to be crucial for Shabana FC’s pursuit of the NSL title, as they secured an additional 3 points, extending their lead at the top of the table.
The first goal of the match came in the 10th minute, courtesy of Isaac Otile, who found the back of the net with precision.
However, MCF FC quickly responded and equalized in the 40th minute, setting the stage for an intense battle between the two sides.
As the game progressed, it was who rose to the occasion for Shabana FC. Mustapha Odour
At the 70th minute mark, he converted a penalty into a goal, putting Shabana FC back in the lead with a score of 2-1.
The team’s victory was sealed in the dying moments of the game when Nehemiah Onchiri scored a goal in the 89th minute, securing a comfortable 3-1 win for Shabana FC.
With this significant triumph, Shabana FC now sits comfortably atop the NSL table with 70 points.
Their closest competitor, Muranga Seal, trails behind with 64 points.
Murang’a Seal plays against Kibera Black Stars at Ngong, Nairobi today.
The upcoming clash between Murang’a Seal and Shabana FC at St Sebastian Park on Sunday promises to be a title-deciding encounter, as the outcome of the match will greatly impact the final standings.