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The Cranes were evidently in charge and dominated ball possession for the better part of the match before executing massive forward assaults on Madagascar.
Moses Oloya and Massa were at their best but missed several golden opportunities that would have seen Cranes register more goals.
The mood was lively as excited Cranes fans cheered their players till the final whistle.
Madagascar’s Johan Paul and Uganda’s Aucho Khalid were booked for dangerous play in the 24th and 30th minutes respectively.
Fans cheering Cranes to victory
Officials say Uganda Cranes are now looking forward to crushing Equatorial Guinea and Mauritania.
Denis Onyango (GK), Denis Iguma, Andrew Mwesigwa, Isaac Isinde, Brian Majwega, Aucho Khalid, Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito, Moses Oloya, William Luwagga Kizito, Emma Okwi and Geoffrey Massa.
It was an action-packed encountr at Namboole on Saturday
Ismael Watenga, Henry Kalungi, Hamis Kizza, Yunus Sentamu, Joseph Ochaya, Dan Sserunkuma, Tonny Mawejje
Uganda Cranes singing the national anthem
Robin Jean Claude Rakotonirina , Thierry Jordan Dupray , Francois Randrianomenjanahary , Olivier Ralaidimy , Herinaina Elysee Randriamanantena , Henri Charles Gladyson , Paul Johan, Tojo Ramanitrandrasana, Carlous Andriamahitsinoro, Ima Faneva Andriatsima and Baggio Rakotonomenjanahary
Fans were visibly excited after Uganda Cranes defeated Madagascar