CAF Confederation: Proline Denied Win In Kigali

Saturday, September 14
*AS Kigali 1-1 Proline FC
(Kigali Stadium)

Proline FC conceded a late goal to draw 1-1 with AS Kigali in the CAF Confederation cup qualifiers first leg played at Kigali Stadium.

Bright Anukani gave Proline FC a lead three minutes after the start of the second half, beating goalkeeper Shamiru Bate.

Farouk Ssentongo scored from the penalty spot after referee judged Saka Mpiima to have handled the ball in the forbidden area in the 86th minute.

Proline FC XI that started the game against AS Kigali. Proline media
AS Kigali players posing for a photo before kickoff

Proline’s best chance saw Bate parried away Bernard Muwanga’s header off Anukani’s delivery earlier in the first half.

The teams are set to face off in the return leg in Kampala on September 27.

Proline will need at least a goalless draw to reach the next stage.

Action at Kigali Stadium

Proline FC, who won last season’s Stanbic Uganda Cup, eliminated Malawi’s Masters Security FC to reach this level.

Proline FC
Hassan Matovu, Saka Mpiima, Yusuf Mukisa, Mustafa Mujuzi, Bernard Muwanga, Ibrahim Wamanah, James Begesa, Bright Anukani, Ivan Bogere, Hamis Kizza, Hakim Kiwanuka.

Shatif Magola, Ibrahim Ssendi, Sam Kintu, Andrew Okiring, Richard Ajuna, Sula Sekamwa, Noordin Bunjo.



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