By Denis Turyahebwa
Kampala Capital City Authority football returned to winning ways with a massive win against MYDA 5-0 at MTN Omondi Stadium on Saturday 20th February 2021.
Moses Aliro broke the deadlock in the 5th minute to put the Kasasiro boys in the lead following a superb assist from Charles Lwanga.
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MYDA goalkeeper Andrew Ssekandi made tremendous saves to deny KCCA’s Lwanga two time before the 29th minute which would have put the score at three goals already and halftime ended 1-0.
Bright Anukani doubled the garbage collectors’ lead just seven minutes into the second half with a brilliant assist from Lwanga again.
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With Lwanga displaying a solid game in the park and nutmegs after the other, MYDA players looked lost in the midfield which gave KCCA full authority and freedom to hunt for more goals.
Lwanga headed in perfectly in the 83rd minute to make it 3-0 for the hosts before he scored his 2nd and the club’s fourth in the 88th minute.
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Anukani sealed the massive victory for the Kasasiro boys in the 90th minute converting from a penalty spot following a handball by MYDA. With two assists and two goals, Lwanga was surely the man of the match and indeed a masterclass performance from the young man.
Elsewhere, Villa SC picked up a late win against Katara FC at Bombo Military Barracks grounds thanks to Faizo Kazibwe’s added minutes stunner that made it 3-2.
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Nicholas Kabonge and Joseph Nsubuga scored the other two goals for the Joggos while Peter Lomoro and Denis Monday scored for the visitors.
And finally, URA shared spoils with Wakiso Giants in a goalless stalemate at Arena of Visions in Luweero.