Vipers SC are the through to the finals of the 2016 Uganda Cup competition despite losing 1-0 to KCCA FC in Buikwe on Sunday afternoon.
KCCA required two unanswered goals to proceed but their rampant efforts could only produce one goal through Derrick Nsibambi in the 74th.
Coach George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe opted for an identical lineup that won the first leg in Nakivubo.
KCCA FC made five changes to their losing side slotting in Habib Kavuma in the central defence, online http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-site-icon-control.php Ntege, cost http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php Senkumba, http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-comment.php Wanok and goal scorer Derrick Nsibambi. Okhuti is among those dropped.
First half battle.
The opening half was characterized by quick fruitless counter attacks and a highly charged midfield.
In the 18th to 25th Vipers were handed three cautions for dangerous tackles same period game was stopped twice for Awany to get medical attention.
The city lads came closer for an opener after 29 minutes when Ochaya tested Watenga with a stunning mid range shot which the keeper acrobatically parried over.
Mutyaba curled in a beauty for Nsibambi to head in but was unfortunate to see Bilikwalira clearing the ball off the line.
The clearance wasn’t strong failing to cross the half. Ochaya picked and dropped it back for Nsibambi whose speed beat Watenga to the ball with a decent loop. The striker struggled to push both Bilikwalira and the ball in but was again saved leaving the whole fraternity wailing for a goal which centre referee Mashoud Ssali waved on.
Leku had his 46th minute goal flagged off and later missed to flick in Wadri’s cross with Ochan out of his box.
Vipers will face Onduparaka in finals to be played on Saturday 18th in Kampala.
Watenga Isma, Wadada Nicholas, Dan Birikwalira, Shafik Bakaki, Halid Lwaliwa, Siraj Sentamu, Deus Bukenya, Keziron Kizito, Alfred Leku, Joseph Semujju, Erisa Sekisambu
James Alitho, Aggrey Madoi, Brian Nkuubi, Saddam Juma, Hassan Kalega, Pius Wangi, Duncan Seninde
Benjamin Ochan, Ssaka Mpiima, Timothy Awany, Habib Kavuma, Sulaimon Akinyemi, Muzamir Mutyaba, Hassan Waswa, Joseph Ochaya, Ivan Ntege, Hakim Senkumba, Petit Wanok
Emmanuel Opio, Habib Kavuma, Hakim Ssenkumba, Martin Mpuuga, Ronald Kikonyogo, Herman Waswa, Waswa Dazzo, Farouk Kawooya, Joseph Poloto.