illness http://comeandcheck.it/wp-includes/widgets.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Uganda, two days after the kick-off of the games, won its two group matches convincingly by defeating Burundi and Rwanda 4-0, 2-1, respectively.
In their last group match played at Nakivubo on Monday evening, Uganda played against Rwanda, a team they edged out.
A Rwandan parliamentarian displays his skills
Though Uganda’s leading striker, Mohamed Nsereko (Kampala Central MP) was on the pitch, he didn’t deliver enough to make it for the team to win on a bigger score line.
Patrick Nsanja, the team captain, would have worked a lot in the game but did limit his movements forward, apart from the time he scored the first goal for Uganda against Rwanda in the second half.
Uganda team will now rest until Thursday, the day for the semi-finals to be held at Nakivubo starting at 2pm.
Uganda will be playing the 2nd run-up in group B.
However, the action resumes today, Tuesday at Nakivubo as Rwanda takes on Burundi.
The winner between the two teams will join Uganda in the semi-finals.
The Uganda Parliament team
In another game to be played, East African Legislative Assembly will face Tanzania that lost their last game on Monday to Kenya 1-0.