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The little moments will matter, Onyango cautions Cranes ahead of Malawi game

By Shafic Kiyaga

Uganda Cranes take on the Flames of Malawi on Sunday in their first home game of the 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifiers, marking 366 days since they last played at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.

It is a game of very much importance to the Uganda Cranes, as it presents them with a chance of going top of their Group B if they can pick maximum points.

The Cranes held on to pick up a goalless draw in their first qualifying match against Burkina Faso in Ouagadougou in mid week.

Cranes’ captain Denis Onyango was involved in the thick of matters against the Burkinabe, pulling off a number of impressive saves to keep the Cranes in the game.

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“It was a difficult game against Burkina Faso, but we managed to get a point away. We played a quality team with a lot of individual quality with in their squad,” Onyango said of the Burkina Faso game.

“However, that is in the past now and focus turns to the encounter against Malawi, which is a difficult game as well, but we can get the maximum points,”

Onyango was in goal when the Cranes last played against Malawi in March 2018, a game that ended with a goalless draw.

“The last time we played against them (Malawi), it was in a friendly and the game ended goalless. But it is a different ball game this time round in an AFCON qualifier.”

“Malawi is a very difficult side because we almost play a very similar style of football. Therefore, the little moments will matter in the game,” Onyango added.

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“Ultimately I believe we have enough firepower within the team to pick up maximum points from the game,” he roared.

Onyango will have a huge part to play as the leader of men when the two teams walk out of the tunnel, as the Cranes continue their journey towards a third successive AFCON finals appearance.

And the captain maintains that the desire to see the team play at a third consecutive AFCON tournament still burns as deep.

“If Ronaldo and Messi who have won pretty much everything there is in world football are still as hungry to perform at the highest level, then what gives us (the cranes) the right not to be hungry.”

“I believe that those who have become satisfied in football go into retirement. But am still here and am as hungry to see the team qualify and probably win the AFCON.” Onyango maintained.

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