KCCA's goal was scored by their striker, Sadat Anaku, who came in as a substitute in the second half.
The referee calls upon the medical team after KCCA's goal keeper, Benjamin Ochan got injured in the last minutes of the game.
KCCA FC has defeated Busoga United 1-0 in the Uganda Premier
League-UPL game at the Njeru based
FUFA technical centre on Wednesday.
KCCA's goal was scored by their striker, Sadat Anaku, who came in as a
substitute in the second half.
KCCA's head coach Molly Byekwaso told journalists that, after assessing his
opponents weaknesses in the second half, Anaku was his suitable game-changer to
earn him three points.
"My opponents became tired in the second half and it was just
prudent for us to bring on Anaku, who collaborated well with his counterparts
and changed our fortunes in today's game," he says.
Byekwaso argues that their newly profound philosophy of containing the game and
creating viable chances throughout the playing time will help them to edge
above their competitors in the course of the season.
Busoga's head coach, Abbey Kikomeko blames their loss on lack of exposure to
"Most of our players are new to the club, but the managers of
this place have often denied us an opportunity to train on the turf without
justifiable reasons, therefore, it was hard for us to outcompete KCCA whose
players are exposed to the turf stadium daily," he says.