January 24, 2022

Masaza Cup: Busiro joins Kyaggwe in the last eight

By Edwin Kyle Kule
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Bisiro Team | Photo by David Isabirye

Busiro Ssaza registered a 3-1 emphatic win against limping Buvuma in the Bulange group in the Airtel Masaza Cup at Njeru on Monday evening to join Kyaggwe in the quarterfinals.

Ibrahim Kasenge, Ivan Agamile and Hakim Mutebi awarded Busiro the bragging rights before Brian Henry Katamba pulled one back for Buvuma.

The 2020 third placed team finished level on seven points with Kyaggwe after three games played.

In the 20th minute, Busiro’s pacy forward Kasenge gave his team the lead after a perfect team interplay before the forward sliced it into the back of the net.

Eighteen minutes later, Katamba got a glorious chance to level matters for Buvuma from the spot but Busiro’s custodian Adadi Mutumba saved the kick.

In the second half, Agamile doubled Busiro’s lead to add more pressure and pain on the Island side.

In the 55th minute, Mutebi placed the ball past Buvuma’s custodian Peter Kato to stretch the lead to three and place Busiro in the driving seat.

But five minutes later, Buvuma pulled one back through Katamba but it was less to meet Busiro’s scoreline.

The result means that Busiro have joined Kyaggwe in the last eight of this year’s Masaza Cup.

How they lined up

Busiro: Adadi Mutumba (Gk), Bruno Mukwaya, Ivan Eriga, Ismail Shafik, Rogers Adriko, Samir Mudiba, Ibrahim Kasenge, Hakim Mutebi, Herbert Kibirango, Francis Ogwang, Ivan Agamile

Buvuma: Peter Kato (Gk), Richard Yossa, Samuel Kiryowa, Filex Wafula, Dan Wasajja, David Wanyama, John Mwanani, Manisor Andabati, Brian Henry Katamba, Juma Rashid, Ronald Andabati

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