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Review: Champions KCCA rout Kyetume to keep title chase alive

By Shafic Kiyaga

We are just at the halfway mark of the 2019/2020 season, but the title race is already looking an interesting one.

Champions KCCA are fourth on the log, and headed into their game against Kyetume at the starTimes stadium, Lugogo knowing that nothing less than victory would keep their chase of rivals Vipers alive.

KCCA replied Vipers’ slip against Maroons yesterday with a 5-2 routing of newly promoted side Kyetume FC.

KCCA manager Mike Mutebi made just one change to his team that played against URA, handing youngster Sam Ssenyonjo in the place of midfielder Kezironi Kizito.

The opening fifteen minutes of the game saw either sides match each other in the midfield, but the hosts showed a bit more quality in the way they attacked.

Overall, they created quite as little in front of goal; in fact Kyetume goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa had one comfortable save to make, while Charles Lukwago had virtually nothing to do.

As the 20th minute approached, the game seemed to open up even more, and Mutakubwa was called into serious action by debutant Ssenyonjo, whose header off an Erisa Ssekisambu cross was parried out by the keeper for a corner kick.

The slaughters managed to defend the resultant corner well. But by then KCCA seemed to have gotten into their stride. Moments later, Filbert Obenchan saw his header cleared off the line as KCCA attacked with more impetus.

In the 23rd minute, the Kasasiro boys went ahead in the game, Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba nodding home Mustafa Kizza’s free kick.

Five minutes later, the hosts doubled their advantage Mike Mutyaba and Kizza exchanging roles this time, with the former setting up Kizza whose ferocious shot inside the area hit the back of the net, with Mutakubwa able to do absolutely nothing to keep the shot out.

Mike Mutebi’s side headed into the half time break comfortably ahead with a two goal cushion. Shortly after the break, the slaughters pulled one back through left back Sande Steven, who scored his first top flight goal for the club.

Vincent Kayizzi’s corner looked comfortable for Lukwago, but the keeper poorly judged the flight of the ball, dropping the ball into Steven who poked home from an angle.

Kyetume’s lifeline was short lived, as Ssenyonjo grabbed a debut goal in the 50th minute, the teenager heading home past Mutakubwa to extend KCCA’s lead.

From that moment on, you had to fear the worst for Kyetume, as they labored to match Mike Mutebi’s side who passed the ball with intensity and purpose amidst applause from the adoring crowd.

A rout was potentially on the cards in the 65th minute, Muzamir Mutyaba who was the orchestrator of KCCA’s band got in on the action as well. Mike Mutyaba’s effort from range was spilled into the path of the midfielder who made no mistake tapping home his side’s fourth.

Kyetume scored a second against the run of play, Lubowa Denis tapping home, with Lukwago having another nervous moment, spilling Robert Ssentongo’s into Lubwama’s path.

KCCA’s five start performance was completed by Allan Okello, with the midfielder 30 yard scorcher flying past Mutakubwa like a rocket.

The champions close the gap on leaders Vipers SC to just eight points from 12 games. They do have three games in hand, and can finish the first round on top if they win all their three games which start with a visit to Mbarara City on Tuesday.

The slaughters on the other hand end the first round in 12th position, with 16 points from 15 games, four points off the relegation zone.

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