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By half-time Rwanda had edged Uganda and despite their failure to have a goal, Rwanda had 53% of the ball possession.
Uganda’s defence presented a solid form that couldn’t enable opponents to go through despite holding the ball in front.
Benjamin Ochan, Cranes goalkeeper, was made busy at a certain time but never conceded any goal.
Meanwhile, in an earlier game played in Machakos, Sudan edged Eritrea 3-0.
Though Uganda won the first game against rivals Rwanda, Sudan is still leading group C with 3 points with a goal difference of 2 (more than Uganda).
Uganda will be playing again on Monday against Eritrea as Rwanda takes on Sudan in the same group.