Sunday, November 25
KCCA FC 6-1 Nyamityobora FC
KCCA put up a strong show in their convicing win over struggling Nyamityobora FC.
KCCA won 6-1 in the league game played at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo on Sunday.
Veteran Mike Suleiman Mutyaba came off the bench to grab a brace in a one way avenue game.
Patrick Kaddu opened the scoresheet, Timothy Awany, Allan Okello and Jackson Nunda all were on target in the rout.
Juma Dada pulled one back for the visitors but the troubled side could not mount any challenge.
The victory takes KCCA joint top with Vipers, however, the former will enjoy the summit following their superior goal difference.
KCCA, with 18 points, have a +10 goal difference, +4 better than Vipers in second.
Nyamityobora remain second from the bottom with four points. The loss, is the sixth for the new comers.
Next for KCCA is a league game against Maroons FC in Luzira as Nyamityobora will play host to SC Villa.
Patrick Kaddu replicated his national team heroics with an opener as early as the fourth minute – He headed past a fast Hilary Jomi who was off his line.
The visitors could have levelled a minute later but Charles Musiige knocked his effort from the corner, off the target.
It continued to be an evenly contested affair until the 20th minute when Allan Okello was brought down in the forbidden area by the visitors keeper for the ref to award a penalty.
Timothy Awany stepped up, and el capitano did no mistake as he doubled the lead.
Just about five minutes to end of the first stanza, Allan Okello fired a thunderous rocket for the third goal to put the game far away from the visitors reach.
In the second half, Coach Mike Mutebi introduced on Saddam Juma, Muwadda Mawejje and Mike Suleiman Mutyaba.
Mutyaba made it four when he was released to run free on goal before scoring at the far corner at the hour mark.
Nyamityobora’s Substitute Juma Dada brought one back but Mutyaba restored the four goal cushion minutes later when he scored from inside to give KCCA a 5-1 lead.
Jackson Nunda scored from Kaddu’s assist to put the last nail into Nyamityobora’s coffin.
Jamil Malyamungu, Filbert Obenchan, Timothy Denis Awany, Hassan Musana, Mustafa Kizza, Lawrence Bukenya, Jackson Nunda, Julius Poloto, Allan Okello, Allan Kyambadde, Patrick Henry Kaddu
Hilary Jomi, Ibrahim Mpengere, Alex Komakech, Muhammad Iga, Barni Kelvin, Ibrahim Massa, Lameck Ebong, Martin Arinaitwe, Charles Musiige, Charles Sebutinde, Joseph Akwandwanaho