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Player Watch: Bayo, Awany Star in Ashdod Victory as Onyango Wins Treble for Sundowns

It was another action packed weekend for Ugandan players trading their fare abroad. ChimpReports again takes you deeper into their performances at their respective clubs.

In Israel, Timothy Awany played 73 minutes while Fahad Bayo came on as a substitute after 61 minutes as Ashdod SC cruised to a 2-0 win past Hapoel Tel Aviv in the Israel Premier League.

Both Awany and Bayo were booked for foul plays in the 36th and 65th minute respectively.

The same league matchday fixtures saw Striker Kizito William Luwagga play the full 90 minutes as Hapoel Kfar Saba lost 2-0 to table leaders Maccabi Petach Tikva.

In Scotland, towering defender Bevis Mugabi put up a man of the match performance as Motherwell FC edged St. Johnstone 1-0 to register their first victory of the season after going seven games without a win.

Left back Alex Kakuba played full-time as his CD Cova da Piedade lost 4-0 to CD Mafra in the Portuguese second tier of Segunda Liga on Saturday. Kakuba was also booked in the 66th minute.

Hard tackling midfielder Mike Azira was an unused substitute as Chicago Fire drew 2-2 with Columbus Crew in the Major League Soccer in the United States of America.

In Vietnam, midfielder Godfrey Baba Kizito was deployed at right back, playing 90 minutes as Thang Quang Ninh defeated Hong Linh Ha Tinh 3-2 in the Vietnam Cup quarter finals on Saturday.

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Moses Oloya did not feature anywhere in Ha Noi’s marauding 7-0 quarterfinal victory over XSKT Can Tho.

In Germany, Herbert Bockhorn did not make the matchday squad for Vfl Bochum who that beat FV Engers 3-0 in the DFB Pokal Cup on Saturday.

In Estonia, striker Edrisa Lubega missed his first game of the season as Paide Linameeskond claimed a 4-1 victory over Viljandi JK Tulevik in the Estonia Premium Liiga on Saturday.

Midfielder Khalid Aucho was cautioned in the 21st minute and featured for 84 minutes before paving way for Mostafa Shebeita as Misr El Makkasa defeated Taddeo Lwanga’s Tanta FC 2-0 in the Egyptian Premier League on Friday.

Also, forward Allan Kyambadde played 58 minutes and was withdrawn for Amr Abdel Fattah as El Gounah lost 4-1 to Tala’ea El Gaish on Friday.

In Sweden, Defender Mukisa Kenneth Mbayo didn’t feature in ThorenGruppen’s (TGFF) 3-2 win over Orebre Syrianska in the Ettan division (third tier).

In Denmark, Robert Kakeeto came off the bench and played the last Eight minutes for 10-man Aalborg BK, playing to a goalless draw with Lyngby BK in the opening round of the Denmark Superliga on Sunday.

Striker Alexis Bbakka played 90 minutes before he was substituted in the added time for Rodin Deprim as Umea FC drew 0-0 at Dalkurd FF in the Swedish Superettan (second tier).

Viola Nambi Ssebunya wasn’t part of the match day squad as Vaxjo DFF beat Umea IK in the Swedish women’s top-flight league of Damallsvenskan on Saturday.

Moses Opondo played an hour before he was replaced by Aron Emil Thrandarson as OB Odense edged past FC Copenhagen 3-2 on Sunday evening.

Isaac Muleme played 86 minutes and was booked in Viktoria Zizkov 2-0 win over SK Prostejov in the Czech Republic second division league (FNL).

In Burundi, defender Joseph Othieno featured for Musongati FC in their 2-0 win over Burundi Sport Dynamic in the Primus League on Saturday.

While Allan Brian Kizza and Stephen Mugisha also featured for defending champions Le Messenger Ngozi 3-1 win against Burundi Sport Dynamic.

In England, Ikpeazu Mubiru Uche was once again not in the matchday squad as Wycombe Wanderers lost 1-0 to Rotherham United in the English Championship.

In South Africa, Denis Onyango returned in goal as Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Bloemfontein Celtics 1-0 to lift the Nedbank Cup and complete a domestic treble.

In Tanzania, Boban Zirintusa was on target for Mtibwa Sugar in their 1-1 draw with Simba SC in the Tanzania Premier League.

Also, Nicolas Wadada played full time as Azam FC stunned Coastal Union 2-0 on Friday.

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