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Okello, Mato lead as KCCA thrash Blacks Power

by Nnalubaale Sports
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KCCA FC, on four occasions needed Allan Okello and Rogers Mato’s second half brilliance to beat Blacks Power FC 4-1 in the Uganda Premier League.

The duo netted braces each to induce defeat to the Lira based side, while Bronson Nsubuga scored the latter’s consolation in a game played on Saturday at Philip Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.

KCCA were a no show in the opening half with their only chance coming from Simon Tshisungu Kankonde‘s 44th minute shot which was dealt with by goalkeeper Tonny Kyamera.

In the second, Mato finished off a swift one-two with Okello to pass the ball past Kyamera for their first of the evening.

Six minutes later, Okello received a layoff from Mato on the edge of the box to strike with his right to the bottom left corner for the second.

Okello completed his brace in the 69th minute through a well struck penalty after Mato was fouled in the box by Emmanuel Odur.

Nsubuga then reduced the deficit through a well placed header after great vision from Michael Siwu.

Mato added the fourth and his second in the 90th minute with a powerfully struck effort past Kyamera into the top right corner.

What next for the two sides

KCCA is now fifth with nine points and will entertain UPDF FC in their next match at Bombo Military Barracks Grounds on the 9th of November.

Meanwhile, Blacks Power who are 14th on the 15-team log, will visit Maroons FC at Luzira in their next match on the 15th of November.

How they lined up

KCCA: Benjamin Ochan (GK/C), Muhammad Senoga, Mustafa Mujuzi, Godfrey Wasswa, Brian Majwega, Dennis Iguma, Ashraf Mugume, Allan Okello, Usama Arafat, Simon Tshisungu Kankonde.

Substitutions: Derrick Ochan, John Revita, Julius Poloto, Charles Lwanga, Daniel Isiagi, Emmanuel Wasswa, Moses Waiswa

Blacks Power: Tonny Kyamera (GK), Simon Misaki, Emmanuel Odur, Daniel Otim, Ahmed Amayo, Micheal Siwu, Ronald Musana, John Paul Acire, Faizah Muwawu, Bronson Nsubuga, Simon Peter Otto

Substitutions: Okwir, Onekalit, Mukiibi, Odongo, jimmy Ndalambi, Bade

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