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CHAN 2023: Advantage Uganda as Mutyaba buries Tanzania

By Allan Damba
Travis Mutyaba (R) joined by teammates to celebrate his winner against Tanzania | Photo by Ismail Mulwanga

Youngster Travis Mutyaba’s sole goal was enough for Uganda to sink Tanzania in the first leg of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier on Sunday.

shortest and probably smallest on the pitch at the time won possession from Muhammed Hussein (twice his size) dribbled towards and past Kibwana Shomari as he left him the ground before shooting past Aishi Manula.

The action at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium was far from mouthwatering, but, the SC Villa midfielder, off the bench, spared time for some late magic.

The Cranes started with the sort of urgency of a team hungry for an away victory and nearly got rewarded.

However, Milton Karisa’s fourth-minute effort after being teed by Moses Waiswa missed the target by inches.

As the game wore by, the rhythm shot down from either team as each side struggled to create goalscoring opportunities in the opening half.

The only other bit of threat in the first 45 minutes saw Uganda’s Rogers Mato head over the bar in the 23rd minute, after being set up by Karisa.

The opening moments of the second stanza were not any different from the closure of the first with both sides failing to master final-third threats.

With 18 minutes to go, Uganda were dealt a blow as young defender Ibrahim Juma got forced off for Derrick Ndahiro, through what looked like a bad injury.

The hosts tried to up the tempo in the closing stages in search of a tie advantage, but, Feissal Salum’s 83rd-minute effort was powerless to threaten custodian Nathian Alionzi.

However, five minutes later, Mutyaba, who had come on for Karisa slotted a brilliant strike past goalkeeper Aishi Manula.

Uganda will be keen on settling the tie in the second leg slated for September 3 at the St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

The victor on aggregate will advance to the CHAN finals bound for 2023 in Algeria.

How both teams lined up

Tanzania: Aishi Manula, Mohamed Hussein, Dickson Job, Bakari Mwamnyento, Jonas Mkude, Salum Abubaker, Farid Mussa, Feissal Salum, George Mpole, Denis Kibu.

Substitutions: Abdutwaleeb Mshery, Pascal Msindo, Kennedy Juma, Mzamiru Yassin, Tepsi Evance, Daniel Lyanga, Anuary Jabir.

Uganda: Nathian Alionzi (GK), Ibrahim Juma, Garvin Kizito Mugweri, John Revita, Livingstone Mulondo, Siraje Ssentamu, Marvin Joseph Youngman, Moses Waiswa, Milton Karisa, Martin Kizza, Rogers Mato.

Substitutions: Mathias Muwanga, James Begisa, Derrick Ndahiro, Kenneth Ssemakula, Saidi Kyeyune, Richard Basangwa, Travis Mutyaba

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