Nsibambi’s goal nominated at CAF Awards

By Clive Kyazze

Ugandan striker Derrick Nsibambi’s goal against Zambia at the 2018 Total African Nations Championship has been nominated in the African goal category ahead of the 2018 CAF Awards to be hosted in Dark Senegal on January 8th.

It will be a first at the CAF awards that a best goal award will be given out after a public vote where fans across the global click on their best goals.

With Zambia leading 1-0, Nsibambi capitalized on a well weighed in cross by Milton Kariisa to volley home the equaliser in the 40th minute. Unfortunately Uganda lost 3-1 in their opening game of the competition.

The former KCCA FC player who currently plies his trade at Egyptian club Smouha is nominated alongside Makusu Mundele (AS Vita) and Alain Traore (RS Berkane).

The others are Anice El Badri (Esperance), Choupo Moting (Cameroon), Thembi Kgatlana (South Africa) and Gabrielle Onguene (Cameroon).

To vote Nsibambi, you can simply follow the link https://amr131.typeform.com/to/hActos for instructions. You can vote as many times are you want.

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