• Fri. Jul 19th, 2024

Benjamin Tanimu Off To A Winning Start With Ihefu SC

Former Bendel Insurance Football Club of Benin defender, Benjamin Tanimu, Monday afternoon helped his new team, Ihefu Sports Club to a 3-2 away win over the relegation-threatened side, Mtibwa Sugar on match day 15 of the Tanzania Ligi Kuu Bara 2023/2024 season, platinumnewsng.com is reporting.

Benjamin Tanimu who newly joined the Tanzanian side on an undisclosed fee walked straight into the team’s starting 11 and joined forces with other players to record their first away win of the season.

Ihefu sports Club during the game

Benjamin Tanimu who newly joined the Tanzanian side on an undisclosed fee walked straight into the team’s starting 11 and joined forces with other players to record their first away win of the season.Ihefu took the lead with just 14 minutes into the game through forward, Abuya. The team added the second 16 minutes later through Togolese Marouf Tchakei.

Ihefu took the lead with just 14 minutes into the game through Kenyan forward, Duke Abuya. The team added the second 16 minutes later through Togolese Marouf Tchakei.

The home team pulled one band just two minutes from half time courtesy of 25 year old Senegalese, Tiote.Just one minute into the second half, Mtibwa Sugar leveled through former Mbeya city forward, Juma Liuzio.

Just one minute into the second half, Mtibwa Sugar leveled through former Mbeya city forward, Juma Liuzio.Ihefu got back into the lead seventeen minutes from time when Kenyan international, Elvis Rupia scored from a well planned attack from the backline.

Ihefu got back into the lead seventeen minutes from time when Kenyan international, Elvis Rupia scored from a well planned attack from the backline.With that victory, Ihefu SC moves four places to sit 11th in the league with 16 points.

With the first away victory of the season, the Mbeya-based side has now moved four places to sit 11th in the league with 16 points. The team will travel to the 10th placed Geita Gold Football Club next Monday in match day 16 of the season.

Ihefu is based in Mbeya city in the south east of Tanzania and is one of the country’s youngest clubs, having been founded in 2016.

Photo: Ihefu SC

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