Okello, Majwega Power KCCA Past Resilient Gaddafi

Tuesday, November 29
*KCCA FC 2-1 Gaddafi
*Vipers 2-0 SC Villa
*Blacks Power 1-0 UPDF FC
*Bright Stars 2-0 BUL FC
*Maroons 2-2 URA FC

KCCA FC managed to overcome Gaddafi in a closely contested affair at Lugogo.

Alex Kitata had cancelled out Brian Majwega’s early opener before Allan Okello got the winner with 10 minutes remaining on the clock.

Majwega sent in a low powerful shot just after crossing the centre line mark to beat goalkeeper Crispus Kusiima for the opener as early as the 3rd minute.

The Kasasiro Boys created a couple of chances but were not clinical in front of goal.

Rodgers Mato and Ssenoga Kagawa both failed to find the target from close range.

Gaddafi FC had their first chance on goal fell to Johnson Odong who was unmarked only to fire wide at the half hour mark.

Kitata pounced on a lose ball to level the scores at the stroke of halftime.

KCCA FC came back stronger in the second half and pressed Gaddafi to the back foot but they found a hard time penetrating a well organized Gaddafi defence.

Strikers Shaban Muhammad and Charles Lwanga had a couple of goal scoring opportunities but they failed to find a breakthrough.

In the 80th minute, Okello proved his worth when he struck from just outside the box for what proved to be the winner.

KCCA FC have now managed to maintain their unbeaten run at home as they move to third with 19 points from nine games played.

Gaddafi FC drop to ninth with 12 points from nine games played.

What Next – KCCA FC will return to action as they travel to Bombo to face Onduparaka FC whereas Gaddafi will be home against Vipers.

Hie both teams lined up
Benjamin Ochan (GK), Filbert Obenchan, Brian Majwega, Mustafa Mujuzi, Geoffrey Wasswa, Ashraf Mugume, Ssenoga Kagawa, Allan Okello, Moses Waiswa, Rodgers Mato, Brian Aheebwa

Gaddafi FC XI
Crispus Kusiima (GK), Andrew Waiswa, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Magumba Bakali, Shafiq Bakaki, Amir Kakomo, Simon Sserunkuma, Mahad Yahaya Kakooza, Brian Kalumba, Johnson Odong, Alex Kitata



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