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Review: KCCA ease past Express to claim bragging rights in Kampala derby

By Shafic Kiyaga
KCCA players celebrate one of their goals in a recent game at the StarTimes stadium, Lugogo | KCCA media

A dominant performance from defending champions KCCA FC saw them ease past rivals Express FC 3-1 at the Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium, Wakiso in their StarTimes Uganda Premier League encounter on Wednesday.

KCCA missed a couple of first team stars who travelled with the Uganda Cranes team for the 2021 AFCON qualifier game against Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou. 

But they did make short work of their rivals to take bragging rights in the Kampala derby. Two first half goals from Sadat Anaku, Mike Mutyaba and an own goal from Express defender Isaac Yiga guided the Kasasiro to victory. 

Teenager Anaku opened the scoring for KCCA as early as the 14th minute, his thunderbolt from outside the box piercing the back of the net. 

Four minutes later, KCCA stamped their authority further on the game as they doubled their lead. Erisa Ssekisambu set up Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba.

The Red Eagles looked beaten by the half hour mark, looking frail in the attack, timid on the ball and did not do enough off to foil their opponents’ attacks. 

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The attacking trio of Frank Ssenyondo, Disan Galiwango and Frank Kalanda had come to the fore for Express but found it hard to get any space in behind KCCA defence, well marshalled by former Red John Revita and Samuel Kato. 

In fact, their only real opening at goal came in the 42nd minute, Galiwango’s cushioned header fell for Kalanda, but the latter failed to nick the ball past goalkeeper Jamil Maliyamungu, who saved for a corner. 

Anaku almost grabbed his second on the day, as his seemingly frail shot from outside the area caused a nervous moment for goalkeeper Tony Kyamera. 

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At the start of the second half, Ssekisambu who looked lively on the day, came close to scoring KCCA’s third but his first time snapshot rattled the crossbar.

In the 68th minute, Jackson Nunda and Kezironi Kizito combined well, but the latter’s shot was way off target. 

The Kasasiro Boys surely put the game to rest in the 72nd minute. Isaac Yiga connecting the ball into his own net to further compel George Ssimwogerere’s woes on an already disappointing evening for Express. 

Express did pull a goal back in the 74th minute, Kalanda scoring what turned out to be a mere consolation goal for the hosts, converting from the penalty spot. 

KCCA now climb to fifth on the log, with 19 points from nine games, but they do have four games in hand, 14 points behind log leaders Vipers SC who they come up against on Saturday. 

Express on the other hand, remain 11th on the log with 14 points from 13 league games. They travel to the St. Paul’s Seminary grounds where they visit Tooro United. 

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