Sport

CECAFA W: Burundi Humiliate Powerless Zanzibar

Action Between Burundi and Zanzibar

Burundi kick started their 2016 Cecafa women championship campaign on high gear thumping Zanzibar 10-1 in a one sided affair attended by a sizeable crowd at the Fufa technical center in Njeru near Jinja.

The group A tie was scheduled to usher in the tournament and started at exactly 2pm.

Burundi started high with Djazilla Uwimeza opening the flood gates in the 19th minute with a cool taken header past Amina Mohammed.

Header advertisement

The Zanzibar girls were not allowed time to recover with Nahimana Asra disposing off Sajabi Ali just after restart and slotted in for Misigiyimena Azizi to bury in the second in as many minutes.

Coach Mustafa Hassan was let down in his bid to contain the damage just two minutes after the goal, viagra http://cstaab.com/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php his first choice custodian Mohammed Amina Kitambi handling the ball wrecklessly outside the box with Kenyan referee Christian Wanjala issuing the red card on spot.

Uwimena Nella and Maggy Mumenero ensured the Burundians go into the break six up. Mwajuma Abdallah Abdullah got the consolation in the 31st through a penalty shot.

Umimeza, and http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-admin/includes/class-core-upgrader.php Salina, stuff Bella and Mumerezo finished the business in the second half.

Burundi plays Kenya on Tuesday while Uganda face the whipping girls Zanzibar.

Lineups:

Zanzibar: Aminah Mohammed Kitambi, mwajuma Abdallah, Riziki Abdalla Mohd, Mtumwa Khatib Ali, Wards Khalid, Fatima Khatibu Salum, Hassan Ali Siajab, Nassirin Mohd Ahmed, Sena Khakis Rashid, Sabahi Hashim yusuff, Aziz Ali Mtumwa.

Subs; Omari Kombo, Khadija Saleh, Paulina Zacharia, Neema Mchano, Francis Agostini, Nuru Nassib, Hassan Msibu.

Burundi XI: Beilda Ndoraraho, Bukuru Joelle, Diane Irandukunda, Nahimana Masra, Kanyamuneze Gilnette Umimana Bella, Mumerezo Maggy, Uwimeza Djazilla Miyonkuru Sandrile, Asha Jafali.

Subs: Irakoze Oniahe, Nancy Kamugisha, Divine Nihorimbire, Souzane Zilfa, Matia Soidatte, Nkurunziza Saidatte, Sakini Saudi.

Comments

Header advertisement
To Top