Musa Masika strike secures Harambee Stars U20 victory

Musa Masika strike secures Harambee Stars U20 victory

Musa Masika strike secures Harambee Stars U20 victory

Masika (Right) / footballkenya.org

Upcoming Harambee Stars winger Musa Masika scored the only goal as the National under 20 side beat Mathare United in a friendly at Camp Toyoyo.

Musa Masika planted the ball in the net just ten minutes to the final whistle as the team intensified training ahead of friendlies against Tanzania away on 3rd March and another two-legged fixture against Egypt later in match.

The talented Masika is the young brother to Harambee Stars speedy winger Ayub Timbe who turns out for Chinese Super League side Beijing Renhe FC.

The former Laiser Hill student now turns out for Slum Dwellers. He was the 2013 COPA Coca Cola U15 National Championships top scorer while turning out for JMJ Academy and was Kenya Secondary School Association’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2015, and made the COPA All-Star team in South Africa in 2013.

He was part of the U20 side that played against Sudan in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations U-20 qualifier against Sudan and a friendly match away to South Africa.

Harambee Stars U20 Full Squad

GoalKeepers: James Ominde (Acakoro), Humphery Katasi (Nzoia Sugar), Francis Atwoli (Sofapaka), Brian Bwire (Kariobangi Sharks)

Defenders: Yusuf Mainge (AFC Leopards), Mike Odhiambo (Mathare United), Jimmy Wafula (Police FC), Bonface Onyango (Kakamega High), Ezekiel Nyati (KCB), Vincent Wanyama (Slum Dwellers), Abdul Wahabo (Talanta FC), Patrick Ochieng (Manyatta Kisumu)

Midfielders: John Njuguna (Nakuru Allstars), Elisha Owino (Kisumu Day), Vincent Wasambo (Kariobangi Sharks), Benard Ouma (KCB), Alpha Onyango (Gor Mahia), Joshua Otieno (Kakamega High), Henry Juma (Kariobangi Sharks)

Strikers: John Mwangi (Mathare United), Ali Abubakar (Football 4 Good Academy, Uganda), Alex Sunga (Ushuru), Erick Kipkirui (Kariobangi Sharks), Musa Masika (Slum Dwellers), Subri Ahmed (Al Hayat), Zakayo Keegan (Bandari FC), Alvin Mang’eni (Mukumu Boys), Jairus Omondi (Kisumu Day), Marvin Omondi (AFC Leopards), Obadiah Abuto (NYSA)

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