All Stars eye Seville Atletico scalp after Cordoba mauling

All Stars player in action against Spanish side Cordoba in a friendly match played on Wednesday night. PHOTO: COURTESY.

Malaga, SPAIN: Kenyan Premier League All Stars will be eyeing a better performance when they take on Seville Atletico on Saturday in their second friendly match against the Spanish clubs.

Lead by Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi, All Stars hopelessly went down 4-0 against Cordoba CF at Estadio Antequera in Malaga, Spain in their first match played on Wednesday.

Despite including in his squad some of the experienced players among them Gor Mahia duo of Musa Mohammed and Boniface Oluoch, Okumbi could not help but see his charges lose to Cordoba who finished 10th in the Spanish second division tier last season.

The friendly matches are part of the agreement reached between Kenyan Premier League KPL and their Spanish counterparts La Liga in a move aimed at developing football standards in the country.

Meanwhile, Kenya is banking on the matches to prepare a team which will do duties for the country in the January 2018 African Nations Championship CHAN to be held in Nairobi.