KCCA FC moved second on the StarTimes Uganda Premier League table following their 4-1 win against SC Villa at Startimes Stadium on Friday evening.
The Kasasiro boys showed immediate intent to grab maximum points with rapid attacks towards the visitors’ backline and it was not long until the Champions found the breakthrough.
Teenager Joseph Kafumbe poked the ball from close range off a good ball from Musa Ramathan and Sam Ssenyonjo to give KCCA FC the advantage after just 10 minutes.
Ssenyonjo would have doubled KCCA’s lead on two occasions but he failed to convert Muzamiru’s corner and Kizza’s flawless cross.
In the 37th minute, Ssenyonjo beat his marker and teed up Sekisambu who slotted the ball in the back of the net to double KCCA’s lead.
Seven minutes after restart Sekisambu laid a good ball for Ssenyonjo who failed to convert from close range.
A minute after the hour mark. Kizza controlled a good ball from Sekisambu and riffled the ball in the bottom left corner to make it three for KCCA FC.
In the 78th minute, Okello picked a ball from Sekisambu and dribbled past Harishe before his shot rattled the woodwork before Amir Kakomo picked a consolation for SC Villa in the 81st minute.
Three minutes later, Ssenyonjo fed Okello who riffled the ball past Villa’s keeper in what was the icing on the cake.
A result means that KCCA FC are now second on the table with 29 points from 14 games while SC Villa slopped to fourth position with 27 points from 15 games.