By Amini Nyaungo
Emmanuel Okwi scores his first goal away of the season when his Simba Sports Club were held to a 2-2 draw at Kambarage Stadium Shinyanga Thursday.
Striker John Bocco was the first on target after 9 minutes of the game, finishing off a brilliant Kichuya's cross.
The halftime ended 1-0 to the Msimbazi giants.
Mwadui FC started the second half strongly and David Luhende equalizes after 60 minutes from a free kick outside of 18-yard area of the pitch.
Referee Shomari Lawi awarded a red card to Simba central defender Juuko Murshid in after 65 minutes, leaving Simba with only nine men on the pitch.
Okwi goal came after 71 minutes from a spot kick.
Mwadui FC would not be denied a point ass striker Paul Nonga made matters level in the 89th minute.
Simba still tops the league standing after accumulating 42 points, 5 points ahead of Yanga.
The fans who attended the match may feel aggrieved because they were not treated to a nice game of football because of the poor condition of the pitch.
Both coaches blame the referee for bad translation of 17 laws of football.
Simba Lineup: Aishi Manula, Shomari, Kapombe, Mohammed Hussein, Juuko Murshid, Yusuf Mlipili, Erasto Nyoni, Shiza Kichuya, Said Ndemla, John Bocco, Emmanuel Okwi, and James Kotei
Mwadui FC lineup: Anald Massawe, Malika Ndeule, David Luhende, Joram Mgeveke, Abdalla Mfuko, Razack Halfan, Abdallah Seseme, Awadhi Juma, Paul Nongo, Salim Hamis and Hassan Kabunda