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CAF CL: History as Vipers defy odds

By Allan Damba
Vipers players celebrate Yunus Ssentamu's goal against Olympic De Bangui at Kitende | Bata Images

Not many gave them a chance but Vipers SC defied odds and made their first ever Group stages of the CAF Champions League at the expense of five-time champions TP Mazembe, on Saturday.

After a barren stalemate tied the aggregate at 0-0, the bout extended to the penalty shootouts, with the Kitende side winning 4-2.

Roberto Oliveira’s coached team put up a spirited fight at the Stade TP Mazembe, with a character-filled defensive display especially in the second half.

The early stages though, witnessed end to end action, but without purposeful goalscoring threat from either team.

In the 17th minute, the Venoms nearly found the breakthrough but Milton Karisa missed a tap-in after a great pass by Yunus Sentamu.

They should have headed for the break ahead, but Abdu Lumala’s stinging shot from outside the box only crashed against the frame, to leave it 0-0 at halftime.

At the hour-mark, Vipers yet again threatened but Livingstone Mulondo’s header off Disan Galiwango’s corner sailed inches wide.

A minute later, substitute Bright Anukani had a thunderous drive but was met by an elastic Siadi Baggio save.

Mazembe nearly broke the deadlock in the 74th minute through substitute Reinford Kalaba, but Alfred Mudekereza denied him with an exquisite save, as both teams saw out the 90 with no goal.

The Venoms were the better shooters as Anukani, Ashraf Mandela, Galiwango and Oliver Osomba saw the team their first ever Group stages.

Tandi Mwape, Glody Likonza, missed their efforts for TP Mazembe with Ernest Luzolo and Issama Mpeko finding the back of the net.

For making the group stages of the competition, Vipers are entitled to US$550,000 and US$650,000 if they make the last eight.

It is US$875,000 if they qualify for the semis, US$1,250,000 if they make the final and US$2,500,000 if they can the competition.

How they lined up

TP Mazembe: Siadi Baggio (GK), Tandi Mwape, Kevin Mondeko, Magloire Ntambwe, Djos Issama (C), Boaz Ngalamulume, Soze Zemanga, Ernest Luzolo, Glody Likonza, Adam Bossu, John Bakata.

Substitutions: Shaibu, Atibu, Makunda, Nkaya, Masengo, Mujaya, Kalaba.

Vipers: Alfred Mudekereza (GK), Ashraf Mandela, Isa Mubiru, Livingstone Mulondo, Murushid Juuko, Hillary Mukundane, Siraje Ssentamu, Olivier Osomba, Abdu Lumala, Milton Karisa (c), Yunus Sentamu.

Substitutions: Fabien Mutombora, Disan Galiwango, Bashir Asiku, Cromwell Rwothomio, Marvin Joseph Youngman, Bright Anukani, Abubakar Lawal

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