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Burkina Faso vs Uganda: How the Cranes rated

By Shafic Kiyaga

The Cranes managed to hold on and pick up a vital point against Burkina Faso at the 4th August Stadium, Ouagadougou, as they got their 2021 AFCON qualifying campaign underway.

It was a performance filled with character and determination against a dominant Burkina Faso who put them on the back foot from the start till the end.

Here is how the individual performances were rated by Shafic Kiyaga.

Denis Onyango (Goalkeeper) – 7.0

Cranes Captain Denis Onyango was one of, if not the best performer for the Cranes in Ouagadougou. The keeper stood tall and firm when exposed perhaps reminding many of why he is Africa’s best goalkeeper.

He showed great game reading in the opening minutes, to cut out Lacina Traore’s low cross, while later on, he pulled a couple of fine saves to keep his side into the game. He cynically saw yellow for time wasting as he tried to eat a few vital seconds.

Bevis Mugabi (Right back) – 5.5

Shaky from the start, then looked to have settled more into the game but struggled whole evening to keep up with the pace of Cyril Bayala.

Mugabi though offered more defensively, sitting back to give Cranes numbers in defence, he offered little going forward. Looked to have tired out later on and was subbed off for Nicolas Wadadda.

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Joseph Ochaya (Left back) – 5.0

With the left back position up for grabs, Ochaya is strongly tipped to slot in. But McKinstry may be forced to look for other options if he keeps on putting up such performances.

Not the best of defenders, Burkina Faso set out to utilize that weakness in his game. From the start, they singled out the left flank and Ochaya struggled. He showed terrific defending tracking back to clear the ball off the line.

In attack, he was always in a rush to make decisions and his crosses were awful, while his shots from range cost the team better attacking opportunities.

Murshid Jjuuko– 6.0, Timothy Awany – 6.0 (Central Defenders)

Jjuuko and Awany struggled at the start, as Burkina Faso drew men forward and put the Cranes on the back foot early on.

The trickery and pace of the Burkinabe frontline was a bit much to handle at the start, but as the game grew further the pair managed to stabilize the backline as the Cranes held on for a clean sheet. The pair look one for the long term as they continue to learn each other’s game

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Khalid Aucho (Central Midfield) – 6.5

Charles Kabore was the center of play for Burkina Faso, and with the hosts dominating possession it was never going to be easy for the Cranes.

Aucho had to work double time to cover the backline as well as give the team direction going forward. Though not as dominant, Aucho did more than enough covering yards of spaces back and forth, tracking and providing some presence in the middle.

Mike Azira (Central Midfield) – 6.0

Azira flourishes with the ball at his feet, he holds the ability to bring teammates into play. Against Burkina Faso, he was never accorded the space and time on the ball to do that, as the Cranes saw less of the possession.

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However, he sacrificed that part of his game and worked for the team, getting combative and cautious and while doing just enough to get the team on the front foot.

Farouk Miya (Attacking Midfield) – 6.5

The Cranes set out to play on the counterattack and that put Miya as the locus of their attacking play. And Miya did not shy away from that responsibility, labouring to get the team forward as fast an approach that almost paid dividends for them.

Miya’s pace and direct style of play allowed the Cranes to get to the other end of the pitch faster, but they could not fully capitalize on those moments. Miya still did enough to drop back and help out defensively.

Emanuel Okwi (Forward) – 6.0

Okwi did well to get into good positions with clever runs on the blindside, but teammates did not pick him up well. He came closest to scoring for the Cranes at the start of the second half, but his header agonizingly rattled the crossbar.

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He also provided enough defensive cover for Ochaya, tracking back to help out the left back.

Abdu Lumala (Forward) – 7.5

Electric. Abdu Lumala was Cranes best performer on the evening. Executing his attacking duties quite well as well as helping out in defense.

Lumala had the most take-ons by any Cranes player on the evening, often driving the ball for yards, turning defensive situations into attacking scenarios. His final ball was however wanting and it remained the difference between the Cranes creating proper goal scoring opportunities.

Patrick Henry Kaddu (Striker) – 5.0

It was a somber and quiet evening for the frontman, Kaddu often cut a lone figure upfront with the Cranes pegged back into their own half.

With the Cranes on the back foot, Kaddu who preys on quality delivery into the box, was left frustrated as there was negligible to zero services for him. He was subbed off in the 66th to bring an end to an evening of misery for him.

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Substitutes:

Isaac Muleme – 5.0

Came on for Kaddu in the 66th minute, provided more cover on the left wing which allowed Ochaya time to venture more forward

Nicolas Wadadda – 4.5

Looked a bit more lively going forward than Mugabi, but still struggled defensively was shown yellow for a desperate lunge in the dying moments of the game.

Alexis Bakka – Did have enough time on the pitch to be rated

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