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CECAFA U-20: Byekwaso already plotting against ‘hardcore’ Sudan

By Football256 Team

Uganda Hippos recovered well from their disappointing draw against Eritrea in their opening 2019 CECAFA U-20 Challenge Cup, group A game, to power past a hapless Djibouti side 5-1 yesterday at the Pece war memorial stadium, Gulu.

KCCA midfielder Steven Sserwadda starred for the Hippos, with two goals either side of the half time break, while striker Ivan Bogere was also on cue to grab his second goal of the tournament in as many matches.

Djibouti pulled a goal back in the 53rd minute, through Khalid Osman Elmi following an error by goal keeper Denis Otim.

In the 79th minute, substitute Isma Mugulusi made it 4-1 for Uganda, before Justin Opiro wrapped up a five-star performance from the Hippos in the 82nd minute to seal a crucial win for Uganda.

But Hippos coach Morley Byekwaso will not allow his players to savor and dwell much into the victory, as he has already identified their next game as the highest hurdle they have to climb over yet.

Byekwaso’s boys will play against Sudan in their final group game, a match that provides them with a chance of qualifying for the knock out rounds as group leaders.

“Sudan are the best team so far in this tournament, in terms of maturity and the individual attitude within their squad,” Byekwaso said after Hippos’ win over Djibouti.

“But if we as the technical team, and the players work together, we have an even better chance of winning that game.” He added.

However, Byekwaso believes that with the depth in playing staff, plus the individual abilities of his players, they can match and even better their Sudanese opponents in that regard.

“I am happy with the depth we have in our squad, that gives us more options because we can call upon anyone from the bench and they will perform at the similar level with the one who started.” He continued.

Uganda are currently second in group A, with four points from two games, level on points with leaders Sudan who played to a 3-3 draw against Eritrea, after they walloped Djibouti 4-0 in the tournament’s opening game.

2010 finalists Eritrea who are yet to win a game, drawing both their first two games against Uganda and Sudan, can still qualify top of the group. But realistically, they will need a draw against Djibouti to seal their passage to the quarter finals.

Group A and B have three qualifying slots to the quarter finals while Group C which consists of three teams can only qualify the top two to the quarter finals.

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