Uganda Cranes Players’ Ratings Against Ghana

2018 FIFA world cup qualifiers
Ghana 0-0 Uganda
Uganda cranes picked a point away from home  against Ghana  in the opening fixture of the 2018 FIFA world cup qualifiers played in Tamale, viagra 60mg http://dancehallarena.com/wp-includes/rest-api.php Ghana on Friday.

Chimpreports’ Joel Muyita rates how each Uganda cranes players performed in the goalless draw against the Black stars.

Dennis Onyango (8)
Arguably man of the match. Onyango has continued to prove he is the best goalkeeper on the continent. He saved four shots that Ghana had on target including Daniel Armartey’s header in the 65th minute.

Nicholas Wadada (6.5)
Created the first chance of the game in the fifth minute but his cross was tamed by Razak Brahima. He kept his position until he was withdrawn in the 61st minute.

Joseph Ochaya (6)
Ochaya did not offer enough support to the attackers as he is known to do but he played his primary role of defending effectively

Jjuko Murushid (7)

He kept Asamoah Gyan at bay and did give him space to have a chance at Onyango’s goal. Even when he was booked he remained calm and composed.

Isaac Isinde(6)
Despite his height, search http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-includes/id3/module.tag.id3v2.php Isinde showed aerial presence winning most of the aerial duels forming a solid partnership with Jjuko Murushid

Aucho Khalid (7)
Patrolled the midfield, offering support to the fullbacks whenever they lost their positions and offered cover to the centre backs.

Dennis Guma (6)
Due to his versatility, head coach Milutin Sredejovic employed him in the midfield and he performed well. Even when he was drafted to the right back position when Wadada went off, he remained composed.


Tonny Mawejje(5)
He was off color for the hour that he played playing deep in his own half hence failing to offer support to the attacking trio.

Farouk Miya(6)

Started as a false nine but did not bother the Ghana centre back partnership of Daniel Armartey and Jonathan Boye because of limited supply from teammates. His best effort came in the 19th minute but failed to find the target.

 Luwagga Kizito(5)
Just like Mawejje, Luwagga was also hot and cold even when he changed wings, he failed to bother Baba Rahman and Harrison Afful.

 Moses Oloya (5)
Known for his pace and power, Oloya too failed to offer his best ability offensively but he provided support to Ochaya whenever the Ghanaians attacked.

 Geoffrey Massa (5)
He came on for Tonny Mawejje in the 58th minute but also failed to show threat to the Ghana defense albeit his presence was essential to hold up the Ghana defenders.

Hassan Wasswa (6)

Wasswa replaced Wadada a minute after the hour mark and offered cover to the Cranes defense. He saved a goal bound effort from Agyamang Badu in the 72nd minute.

 Godfrey Walusimbi(5)
He came for Oloya in the 74th minute  to offer more  defensive  options when the Ghanaians were pushing for a goal and he executed it well, giving support to Ochaya.

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