Aroused by the goal, the visitors fought gallantly and it was no surprise when in the 13th minute, Sebastian Osodo made a perfect pass to Mbuthia who did not hesitate in beating Nduati with a calculated shot into the net.
Modern Coast were in complete control in the second half and deservedly notched in the second goal in the 72nd minute when Ochola was put through by Hamisi Mwichande and scored a goal that gave the home team players morale booster to win the match.
Then, came the third goal in the 84th minute.
Mzee received a fine cross from Abdalla Mdeka and sent a header that looped over the despairing Nduati.
Modern Coast Rangers head coach Ahmed Mchulla Mohaa was a happy man at the end of the match saying his players played the game as per his instructions.
“I’m happy that my performed very well and I hope they will be doing the same in our future matches,” said Mohaa.
Talking about their previous match 1-0 loss to Vihiga United at Mumias last weekend, Mohaaa said his boys also played well but were unlucky to concede a last minute goal.
“We played well and defended well with good organisation. Our opponents played too much long balls but we were able to contain them.
“However, it was by bad luck that we conceded a goal in the last minute,” he said.
That was the only Rangers loss in the league from five matches they played.
Earlier, the Mombasa based club drew 1-1 with Nairobi City Stars and 2-2 against Palos and defeat MOCSA 2-0.
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