Byekwaso Wins His

KCCA FC won 4-2 against Nyamityobora FC in the first leg of the round of 32 played at MTN-Omondi Stadium, Lugogo

KCCA FC drew first blood through Bright Anukani- who struck home a spectacular inside two minutes of the game.

Seven minutes later, Julius Poloto struck from outside the box to make it two for KCCA FC.

Nyamityobora then halved the deficit through a calm finish from Clinton Kamugisha.

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Sadat Anaku came to the party and thumped home the third on 34 minutes with a spectacular strike at the edge of the 18 yard box.

After recess, Joseph Kizza replaced Sadat Anaku. The teenager brought life to the game with his quick dribbles past opponents.

Kamugisha pulled one back from Nyamityobora FC off a mistake from Lukwago.

Keziron Kizito, Steven Sserwadda and Samuel Ssenyonjo then replaced Ashraf Mugume, Bright Anukani and Charles Lwanga respectively

Ssenyonjo headed KCCA’s 4th goal on 83 minutes from a beautifully struck corner kick from Bukenya Joseph.

4-2 the final score.

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KCCA FC winning the first leg at MTN-Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.

KCCA FC travel to Mbarara for the second leg on Saturday 10th April 2021 at Kakyeka Stadium.

Line Up

KCCA FC

Lukwago (C) (GK), Achai, Magambo, Kato, Obenchan, Iguma, Mugume (Keziron), Anukani (Sserwadda), Anaku (Bukenya), Lwanga (Ssenyonjo), Poloto (Kigozi)

Nyamityobora FC

Musinguzi (GK), Lwanga, Kato, Siima (Kakooza), Walusimbi, Kyandiga (Taremwa), Kamugisha (c), Arinitwe, Ahimbisimbwe (Nyabwina), Matovu (Ghalad), Kimuli.

Byekwaso Wins His

The Uganda Cup is Uganda’s main national cup competition in football. This annual competition is open for member clubs of the Federation of Uganda Football Associations.

The Uganda Cup is the second most prestigious competition in Uganda football.

It is played on a knock out basis. This annual competition is open for non league sides, registered clubs playing in all the five football divisions