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CECAFA U20: Sserwadda’s double inspires five star hippos past hapless Djibouti

By Football256 Team

Relentless on the offence is what Uganda Hippos’ performance against hapless Djibouti can be described after they hammered the horn of Africa nation 5-1, to register their maiden victory of the CECAFA U-20 challenge cup. 

The Hippos who played to a disappointing 1-all stalemate in their opening game against Eritrea, needed to return with a statement performance, and they did just that at the Pece war memorial stadium, Gulu. 

Midfielder Stephen Serwadda bagged a brace, while Ivan Bogere, Isma Mugulusi  and Justin Opiro scored the others as the Morley Byekwaso’s boys made good their coach’s promise of a better performance. 

Uganda showed early intent from the onset, and in the 13th minute, Ivan Bogere seemed to have put the home side infront, but his goal was ruled for offside. 

In the 17th, the hippos celebrations were again cut short, Najib Yiga’s tap in was again flagged for offside. It seemed to be another frustrating evening for Uganda, as Djibouti goalkeeper Omar Mohamed Mahamoud superbly kept out Justin Opiro’s long range effort. 

Three minutes later, the Hippos finally broke the deadlock through Sserwadda, after Mahmoud fumbled Kenneth Semakula’s seemingly harmless shot into the path of Sserwadda. 

In the 35th minute, Bogere came close to adding a second, but his effort on the turn missed the target by inches. Two minutes later, he was denied by Mahmoud.  

But in the 43rd minute, he finally grabbed his second goal of the tournament. The Proline striker brilliantly brought down Aziz Kayondo’s cross, before tucking home the hippos second. 

Djibouti created a rare opening through Uganda’s defence, but goalie Denis Otim rose to the occasion to deny Djibouti skipper Idriss Mogueh Omar.

Sserwadda extended Uganda’s lead in the the 52nd minute, but Djibouti pulled a goal back a minute later through Khalid Osman Elmi following poor goal keeping  from Otim one minute later.

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

The win pushes the Hippos to second on the log albeit level on points with Sudan who played to a three-all stalemate with Eritrea earlier in the day.

Uganda and Sudan will face off with Sudan in their final group game on Wednesday, in what looks to be a mouthwatering encounter as both sides will be fighting for the top of group A.

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