Uganda's head coach, Ayub Khalifa credits their win to teamwork and continuous efforts from each of the individual players.
Uganda's players having a water break.
has defeated Djibouti 13-0, in their second CECAFA Women's U-20 game played at
the Njeru based FUFA technical center on Monday.
They scored six goals in the first half before scoring seven more goals in the
second half. This is Uganda's second win
after defeating Burundi with 5-1 in their opening game on Saturday last
The team's captain, Fauzia Najjemba scored six goals, while Hadijah Nandago scored
The other goals were scored by Shamirah Nalujja, Shakira Nyinagahirwa, Asia
Nakibuuka, Catherine Nagadya and Zaituni Namaganda respectively.
Uganda's head coach, Ayub Khalifa credits their win on teamwork and continuous
efforts from each of the individual players.
Khalifa further says that his team has managed to rectify some of the mistakes
committed in their first game, which enabled them to earn a decisive win in
missed several scoring chances in our first game, but we went back on the
drawing board, rectified our earlier mistakes and managed to perform better in
today's game," he says.
Djibouti's head coach, Ali Mohammed says that their main objective of
participating in the tournament was to expose the girls to quality football and
he is pleased that, irrespective of their poor performance, they are learning
ball display skills from their stronger rivals.