Ugandan Stars Abroad: Denis Onyango, Emmanuel Okwi, Mukiibi, Uche Mubiru Remain Talk Of The Weekend

Ugandan Stars Abroad: Denis Onyango, Emmanuel Okwi, Mukiibi, Uche Mubiru Remain Talk Of The Weekend

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By Spy Uganda

Kampala: It was yet again another weekend full of action for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora at their respective clubs.

In the Egyptian Premier League, forward Emmanuel Arnold Okwi started before he was replaced in the 79th minute by Ashour.

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Okwi’s Al Ittihad side overcame El Entag El Harby 2-0.

Abdu Lumala did not make the matchday squad as his Pyramids FC side beat Aswan SC 2-0 on the road.

During the Swedish Svenska Cupen, defender Ronald Mukiibi played full time as Ostersunds FK side edged Mjallby 1-0 on the road.

Forward Alexis Bbakka was not in the matchday squad as his Umea FC side lost 1-0 at Brage.

Gangly striker Uche Ikpeauzi Mubiru played 80 minutes before he went off for Akinfenwa.

Left-back Jordan Obita was not in the matchday squad as their Wycombe Wanderers side lost 2-0 at Stoke City in the English Championship.

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During the English Premier League U23 League, Jayden Onen was not in the matchday squad as his Reading U23 side lost 3-1 at home against Norwich U23.

Allan Okello featured as his Paradou AC side beat USM Alger 2-0 in the Algeria Premier League.

In the Czech Republic Premier League, new boy Edrisa Lubega was not in the matchday squad his Pribram side lost 2-0 at home against Liberec.

While in the Czech Republic second division, left-back Isaac Muleme was introduced in the 73rd minute for Husek as his Zizkov side lost at home 3-1 to Chrudim.

In the Danish Premier League, Moses Opondo played 67 minutes before he was subbed for Okosum as his Odense FC side fell 2-0 on the road against Vejle.

In Ethiopia, defender Isaac Isinde played full time for Hadiya Hossana during their 1-0 loss at Bahir Dah Kenema in Ethiopia.

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William Luwagga Kizito started and was replaced in the 78th minute for Soukouna as his Hapoel Kfar Saba drew goalless at home against Hapoel Haifa during the Israel Ligat HA’al.

In the Primus Burundi Premier League, defender Joseph Othieno was outstanding as his Musongati FC crushed Bumamuru 6-1 on the road.

Still in Burundi, midfielder Allan Brian Kizza played full time while defending Steven Mugisha was an unused substitute as their Le Messanger Ngozi side beat Les Elephants 4-0 on the road.

In the Morocco Botola Pro League, striker Patrick Henry Kaddu came on for Hasty in the 75th minute as his Youssoufia Berrechid side drew 1-1 at Raja Casablanca.

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In the Scottish Premier League, Bevis Mugabi wasn’t in the matchday squad due to injury as his Motherwell FC side beat Livingstone 3-1 at home.

In the South African Premier League, Moses Waiswa was an unused substitute as his Supersport United side drew goalless at home to TS Galaxy.

Custodian Ismael Watenga was not in the matchday squad as his Chippa United side lost 3-0 at home to Orlando Pirates.

In the SouthAfrican division 2, Daniel Isiagi was an unused substitute as his Jomo Cosmos side lost 3-1 at home to TS Sporting.

In the Germany Bundesliga 2, Herbert Bochorn came on in the 81st minute as his Bochum FC side beat Greuther 2-1 on the road.

In the CAF Champions League, Denis Masinde Onyango played full time in goal as his Mamelodi Sundowns side ended TP Mazembe’s 12 years’ home Unbeaten run defeating them 2-1.

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Ochaya played full time and made an assist for Tresor Mputu for their consolation goal in the 82nd minute.

Elsewhere, Taddeo Lwanga played full time and saw yellow in the 78th minute as his Simba SC side drew goalless at Al Merreick. Saidi Kyeyune wasn’t in the host’s matchday squad after testing positive for Covid19.

In the Tanzanian Vodacom Premier League, custodian Mathias Kigonya kept a clean sheet while right back Nicholas Wadada was out with a harm-string injury as their Azam FC side drew goalless at Mwadui.

Midfielder Boban Zirintusa wasn’t in the matchday squad as his Mtibwa Sugars lost 2-0 at home to Gwambina.

Jackson Kibirige was on the bench as his Kagera Sugar lost 1-0 at home to Namungo.

In Kenya, skipper Hashim Sempala played full time while Rogers Aloro was on the bench as their Tusker FC side beat Ulinzi 1-0.

Custodian Benjamin Ochan kept a sheet as his AFC Leopards beat Nairobi City 1-0 at home.

William Wadri played full time while UmaruI Kasumba wasn’t in the matchday squad as their Bandari FC side drew 1-1 against Nzoia.

Doka Isaac was on the bench while Martin Mpuuga wasn’t in the matchday squad as their Western Stima FC side beat Wazito 1-0.

Left-back Fred Nkata was on the bench as his Gor Mahia FC side lost 2-0 at home against KCB

In Zambia, left-back Shafiq Batambuze featured as his Kabwe Warriors side lost 2-1 at home to Zesco United.

Custodian Yasin Mugabi was in goal as his Red Arrows FC side lost 1-0 on the road at Power Dynamos.

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