With the 2017 Uganda Cup final scheduled to take place on 15th June at the Green light stadium, case ChimpReports brings detailed analysis and a countdown to the highly anticipated clash between Paidha Black Angels and KCCA FC.
In today’s article, what is ed we look at some of the key highlights of the 43rd edition of the knockout tournament.
A total of 133 goals have been scored since the round of 64 that is fully recognized by FUFA (regional and non-league fixtures excluded).
Of the 133 goals, viagra approved 53 were scored at the round of 64, thirty four goals at the round of 32, twenty nine at the round of 16. Seven were scored at the quarter final stage while 10 goals were registered in the
KCCA FC have scored the highest number of goals this campaign (21 goals in 6 games).
A total of 7 walkovers happened during the course of the 2017 Uganda Cup with 6 coming at the round of 64 while the other came at the round of 32.
They were as follows;
Round of 64
Mbarara FC w/o against Busia Fisheries
Masavu w/o against Mbarara City
Doves All stars w/o against Artland Katale
Lungujja Galaxy w/o against Moroto United
Bright Light w/o against Sun City
Fort Portal Boda Boda w/o against Simba FC
Round of 32
Water FC w/o against Boma Young – Games decided on penalties
Several fixtures ended in stalemates and this being a knockout tournament, the games had to be decided on spot kicks.
In that regard, 15 fixtures were decided on penalties. These include:-
Round of 64
Future stars 0(4)-0(5) Bright stars
Hope Doves 3(2)-3(4) Paidha Black Angels
Water 0(5)-0(4) Luweero United
Premio 1(2)-1(4) Vipers
Thunder FC 2(7)-2(6) Kibuli United
Kiboga Young 0(5)-0(4) SC Villa
Entebbe 1(6)-1(7) Igombe United
Round of 32
Bright Light 0(4)-0 (5) Paidha Black Angels
Bright stars 1(3)-1(5) Baza Holdings
Ndejje University 0(4)-0(5) JMC Hippos
Express FC 0(4)-0(3) Doves All stars
UCU Mbale 1(1)-1(3) Kyetume FC
Round of 16
Kyetume 1(8)-1(9) Police FC
Fort Portal Boda Boda 1(1)-1(2) Paidha Black Angels
URA FC 1(5)-1(6) Express FC
Qualifying at home
Of the 60 games played from the round of 64 up to the quarterfinal stage, 33 games were won by teams that were at home.
27 teams managed to win away from home.
Most goals in a game
The game between Football for Good and Onduparaka has so far registered the highest number of goals(8).
Played on January 21 at St. Joseph’s Layibi in Gulu, Onduparaka won the game 6-2.