Top Five Stories From Saturday You Must Read Today

Nov 11 - by Mutwiri Mutuota for sportpesa news

Gor Mahia return home from historic tour, Tony Bellew announced decision to retire from boxing

Kieran Dowell (number 28) of Everton FC unleash a shot during their SportPesa Trophy contest against Kenya’s Gor Mahia FC at Goodison Park in Liverpool on Tuesday November 6 , 2018.PHOTO/EVERTON FC

  • Another momentous sporting occasion went down in Manchester, UK on Saturday night (Sunday morning here) when home favourite and Everton FC ambassador, Tony Bellew announced he was retiring from boxing after a 20 year career. Find out what happened before the announcement
  • Away from matters UK, Soni siblings, Tsevi and Tsorav, will renew their rivalry in the fourth round of Kenya National Autocross Championship set for Juja on Sunday
  • In Formula One, that man, Lewis Hamilton yet again squeezed past arch nemesis Sebastian Vettel for Brazilian Grand Prix pole



NAIROBI, Kenya- Gor Mahia FC returned home on Saturday morning from their week-long historic eye-opening tour to the United Kingdom with captain Harun Shakava avowing lessons learnt will not be put to waste.

Another momentous sporting occasion went down in Manchester, UK on Saturday night (Sunday morning here) when home favourite and Everton FC ambassador, Tony Bellew announced he was retiring from boxing after a 20 year career. Find out what happened before the announcement.

Away from matters UK, Soni siblings, Tsevi and Tsorav, will renew their rivalry in the fourth round of Kenya National Autocross Championship set for Juja on Sunday.

In Formula One, that man, Lewis Hamilton yet again squeezed past arch nemesis Sebastian Vettel for Brazilian Grand Prix pole.

To close the collection of the top five stories on SportPesa News from Saturday you must read today, why don’t you kindly what happened in the German Bundesliga Der Klassiker (El Clasico)- Borussia Dortmund versus Bayern Munich by perusing below?

Gor Return Home From Historic, Eye-Opening UK Tour

NAIROBI, Kenya- A historic week of highs and lows for SportPesa Premier League winners Gor Mahia FC closed on Saturday morning when they landed back home from their landmark tour of the United Kingdom. The team minus head coach Dylan Kerr touches down at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in the early hours of the day, weary but inspired from the unforgettable experience they had in England. READ MORE

Soni Rivalry At Kenya National Autocross Championship In Juja

JUJA, Kenya- Soni siblings, Tsevi and Tsorav, will renew their rivalry in the fourth round of Kenya National Autocross Championship set for Juja on Sunday. The two will compete against Yuvraj Rajput who has registered in the Bambino Class alongside his father, Kirit. READ MORE

Bellew Set To Retire After Usyk Title Fight Barrier Proves Too High

LONDON, England- Tony Bellew vowed to retire from boxing after Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk defended his WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO cruiserweight titles with an eighth-round knockout of the Brit in Manchester on Sunday morning. Roared on by a passionate home crowd, Bellew started brightly and was ahead on two of the three judges scorecards when the fight was stopped. READ MORE

Hamilton Grabs Pole Position In Brazilian Grand Prix Qualifier

SAO PAULO, Brazil - Record-breaking Lewis Hamilton claimed his 10th pole of the season and Mercedes' 100th in Formula One on Saturday when he dominated a rain-threatened qualifying session for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix. The new five-time world champion clocked a track record best lap in one minute and 7.281 seconds on his second run in the final session to boost his hopes of a rare Interlagos victory and Mercedes bid for a fifth straight teams' title. READ MORE

Bayern Fail To Crack Dortmund In Bundesliga Derby

DORTMUND, Germany - Paco Alcacer scored the winner as Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund twice came from behind to beat defending champions Bayern Munich 3-2 on Saturday and move seven points clear of their third-placed rivals. The result will pile added pressure on Bayern head coach Niko Kovac, as his side's chances of winning a seventh straight title in his first season in charge took another blow. READ MORE