In a commanding display of skill and precision, Harambee Stars captain Michael Olunga led Kenya to a resounding 4-0 victory over hosts Malawi today, Saturday, March 23, 2024 March 23, 2024 in Lilongwe, setting up a thrilling final clash with Zimbabwe in the Four Nations tournament.

“Scoring goals for the national team is always a great feeling, and I’m pleased with our performance today,” remarked Olunga, who notched two goals in the match.

The match kicked off with a bang as Daniel Ayembe’s swift run down the right set up Olunga to score the opening goal within the first minute. Olunga continued his scoring spree by converting a penalty just three minutes later, leaving Malawi goalkeeper Brighton Munthali helpless.

Despite Malawi’s attempts to rally back, Kenya’s solid defense and strategic play kept them at bay. Coach Engin Firat’s tactical substitution of Kenneth Muguna brought stability to the midfield, allowing Kenya to maintain control of the game.

A late surge in the second half saw Richard Odada and Ayub Timbe adding to the scoreline, sealing Kenya’s dominant victory. Substitute John Avire’s spectacular 30-yard strike put the final nail in the coffin for Malawi.

With this impressive win, Kenya advances to the final showdown against Zimbabwe, aiming to clinch the Four Nations tournament trophy on Tuesday, March 26. The stage is set for an exciting finale as Kenya looks to continue their winning streak and emerge victorious in this prestigious competition.