Sadat Anaku netted a hat-trick as KCCA FC demolished Busoga United FC to move to within four points of the Startimes Uganda Premier League standing.

Busoga United welcomed KCCA FC looking for their first win of the season but they made everything easy for Mike Mutebi coached side, losing 4-0 at the FUFA Technical Center.

Sadat Anaku got his opener with arguably KCCA’s first attack on the Busoga goal when the youngster sprinted onto Bright Anukani’s pass to slot the ball past Rogers Omedwa and into the back of the net.

The KCCA FC academy graduate doubled KCCA’s lead in the 57th minute after Musana collected possession and sprayed the ball to Anaku to easily tap in his second of the game.
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Sadat Anaku completed his hattrick with just 12 minutes to the end of the game when he chipped the ball into the back of the net.

Charles Lwanga, who replaced Brian Aheebwa in the second half  wrapped up the victory with a clinical effort to make it 4-0 at the Njeru Technical Centre.

With the win, KCCA moves fourth on the log with 20 points collected so far in 11 games while Busoga United stay third from bottom with just 5 points.

The Kasasiro Boys will host UPDF FC in their next fixture on Friday whereas Busoga United’s next game will be against on-form Express FC in Wankulukuku Stadium on the same day.

The emphatic win will re-energize the team’s performances which have been questioned by many critics and some quarters of the fan base.

At some point, there were calls for Mutebi’s head as some felt he had had enough with the club hence a call for fresh blood at the club’s technical bench.

Consistency will be key for the title-winning tactician who has been at the club’s helm since 2014.