Fufa Junior League
KCCA Soccer Academy 2-1 Vipers Junior team
KCCA soccer academy showed intent of winning the FUFA junior league after earning a hard fought win against defending champions Vipers Junior team in the game played at Phillip Omondi stadium on Thursday.
A goal in either half by lanky forward, physician http://cvts.ng/components/com_k2/templates/default/itemform.php Sadat Anaku ensured the Lugogo based side ended the first round with maximum points despite Vipers getting a consolation through Captain Gerald Kiirya.
Anaku gave the hosts an early lead firing home in the 6th minute but Vipers leveled matters 12 minutes later through skipper Gerald Kiirya who converted from a penalty.
Defender Reagan Kasumba lost possession in his own box to Tom Kakaire and in a bid to win the ball back, information pills http://dakarlives.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php he fouled the striker inside the 18yard box and the referee pointed to the spot kick.
Possession kept oscillating from either side with both teams putting up an incredible show.
The trio of Tom Kakaire, http://danmarknorge.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-media-list-table.php Musa Bakkabulindi and Aprem Martin kept wreaking havoc to KCCA centre back pair of Reagan Kasumba and Denis Kato while on the other end Fan’s favourite Ivan Asaba put the visitors defence on tenter hooks.
Four minutes after recess, Anaku helped KCCA regain their lead powering a thunderous effort into the bottom left corner past goalkeeper Sadat Mugenyi.
Viper’s attempts to level the game seemed futile with KCCA holding on to win the game.
The result means KCCA junior team end the first round with a perfect record winning all the seven games they have played amassing a total of 26 points while Vipers remain in 4th position on 13 points.
KCCA SA starting XI: Mike Lutaaya, Gerald Kawooya, Ivan Eriga, Dennis Kato, Reagan Kasumba, Francis Jurua, Issa Ochama, Timothy Odongo, Sadat Anaku, Ivan Asaba, Ismael Wasswa
Vipers starting XI: Sadat Mugenyi, Alex Malinga, Solomon Lutaalo, Bobos Lutaalo, Leonard Katongole, Gerald Kiirya, Joshua Ssentamu, Kassim Baliddawa, Aprem Martin, Tom Kakaire, Musa Bakakaire