Sadat Anaku scored a hat-trick in the 2nd minute, 55th and 75th minute respectively whereas, Charles Lwanga sealed his club’s win after scoring the fourth goal in the 86th minute of the game.
Busoga United FC players lineup for a group photograph ahead of their match against KCCA FC.
KCCA FC has defeated Busoga United FC in the Uganda Premier League
at a game played at the Njeru based FUFA technical center.
Sadat Anaku scored a hat-trick in the 2nd minute, 55th and 75th
minute respectively whereas, Charles Lwanga sealed his club’s win after scoring
the fourth goal in the 86th minute of the game.
KCCA’s Assistant Coach, Jackson Magera attributes their win to
hard work and consistency exhibited by the respective players.
“We had initially begun off the game with a 4-4-2 style which was
a bit more defensive but we came back for the second half with a 3-3-4 style
that enabled us to earn more than three goals in a row, all this is attributed
to the players’ versatility and willingness to perform better,” he says.
Magera adds that his club will strive hard to ensure that, players
exhibit exceptional football skills required to earn them this season’s
Busoga United’s assistant coach, Fred Lumu blames their loss on
laxity by the players.
“After earning five points in three consecutive draws, the boys
thought that all was well and they relaxed on their urge to fight their way out
of the relegation zone,” he says.