Stanbic Uganda Cup
Kitara FC 0-1 KCCA FC
Muhammad Shaban’s goal is all what KCCA FC needed to overcome a resilient Kitara FC in the quarter finals of the Stanbic Uganda Cup.
KCCA FC defeated Kitara FC 1-0 in the game played on Saturday at Boma grounds in Hoima to reach the semis.
“It’s been a wonderful perfomance from my boys though the result does not reflect, it’s a result that am going to build on for our next games,” KCCA FC Coach Mike Mutebi noted shortly.
The hosts who had knocked off big teams like Express FC along the way, started the game a better side.
Attacker Roger Raymon Milla asked the KCCA FC defence questions but the visitors managed to wither through the early storm.
Shaban got onto the score sheet heading in the 10th minute to silence the home crowd.
Kitara had moments to level matters but failed to put them away.
Derrick Tekkwo missed a glorious chance while Oscar Munihuri had a chance at close range but his effort went wide.
Late in the game, Raymon Milla forced shotstopper Tom Ikara into a save and few minutes later, Timothy Awany headed out to clear his line as the visitors lived on borrowed on time, but they managed to hold on to their lead to storm the semis.
Remaining Quarter Final fixtures
Sunday, April 22nd 2018
KJT Vs SC Villa, StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo
Saturday, April 28th 2018
Synergy Vs Proline FC, Masaka Recreational Stadium
Sunday, April 29th 2018
Kansai Plascon Vs Vipers SC – Naro Ntawo play ground.
Jamil Kiyimba (G.K), Cassian Kaahwa, Ivan Ssempijja Kyoterekera, Moses Odera, Yasin Mubiru, Pius Mbidde, Derrick Tekkwo, Roger Miller Raymon, Billy Herbert Alinda, Joel Oscar Munihiru, Julius Rulinda
Timothy Kato (G.K), Rogers Lukwiya, Godfrey Abigaba, Denis Monday, Serial Komakech, Peter Waswa, Collensis Swadick
Tom Ikara (G.K), Fillbert Obenchan, Timothy Awany (Captain), Denis Okot Oola, Hassan Musana, Paul Musamali, Lawrence Bukenya, Paul Mucureezi, Jackson Nunda, Patrick Kaddu, Muhammed Shaban
Jamil Maliyamungu (G.K), Isaac Kirabira, Habib Kavuma, Ibrahim Wamannah, Solomon Okwalinga