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Ugandan Players in Diaspora: Ritah Kivumbi Nets 6th League Goal, Aucho Shines in Misr Lel Makasa’s Victory

Another very interesting and entertaining weekend it was for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora but do you know how they performed?

As usual Ronald Lusulire who also hosts Tugukyangira Bunayira on 102.1 FUFA fm every Tuesday from 10pm-12MidNight along Sinan Rajub Ssenoga and Senior Journalist Abu Zikusooka brings you a detailed report of how our boys and girls fared.

In the Swedish Elitettan, forward Ritah Kivumbi netted her 6th season as Mallbackens W defeated Sunnana W 1-2 on the road. He strike came in the 20th minute.

In the Allsvenskun Women, Viola Nambi wasn’t in the match day squad as her Vaxjo DFF W beat Kristianstad W 2-1 at home.

In the Swedish Allsvenskun, lanky defender Ronald Mukiibi wasn’t in the match day squad while Isak Sewankambo played full time as their Ostersunds FK picked up a vital 0-1 win on the road at Helsingborg.

In the Supprettan, forward Alexis Bbakka started before paving way for Lundstrom in the 89th minute as his Umea FC side lost 0-3 at home to AFC Eskilstuna.

In the Egyptian Premier League, Khalid Aucho put up a decent full-time show as his Misr Le Makasa side defeated Arab Contractors 1-0 at home.

Elsewhere, Allan Kyambadde came on in the 32nd minute for Ali as his El Gouna side lost 4-3 at giants Zamalek.

In the Scottish Premier, Bevis Mugabi played full time as his Motherwell FC side succumbed to a 1-5 loss at home to Rangers FC.

In the Danish Premier League, Robert Kakeeto was an unused substitute as his Aalborg FC side lost 3-1 at Sonderjyske.

Meanwhile, workaholic midfielder Moses Opondo started before coming off in the 63rd minute for Fenger as his Odense FC side lost 4-2 at Aarhus.

In the Czech Republic’s second division left-back, Isaac Muleme was an unused substitute as his Zizkov side beat Blasko 1-2 on the road.

In the Portuguese Segunda, left-back Alex Kakuba played full time as his CD Cova da Piedade lost 1-0 at Chaves.

In the Morocco Botola Pro League, Nelson Ssenkatuka wasn’t in the matchday squad as his Mogreb Tetouan side drew 1-1 at home against giants Wydad Casablanca.

In the English championship, forward Karl Mubiru Ikepeazu wasn’t in the matchday squad as his Wycombe Wanderers lost 0-2 at home to Swansea City.

In the English League 2, right back Elvis Bwomono played full time as his Southend United side lost 1-2 at home to Morecambe.

In the Estonia Meistrilliga, striker Edrisa Lubega replaced Ainer in the 44th minute as his Paide Linameskond side crushed Tallina Kalev 4-1 at home.

In the Vietnam Premier League, skipper Joseph Mpande played full as his Haiphong FC side lost 1-0 at Da Nang.

Elsewhere, Moses Oloya put up a decent 90 minutes show as his Hanoi FC side drew 2-2 at BHTS Quang Nam.

Meanwhile, Geoffrey Baba Kizito played full time as his Than Quang Nihn side drew 2-2 at home against Bin Duong.

In the Turkish Premier League, Farouk Miya was introduced in the 67th minute for Milosevic as his Konyaspor FC side cruised past Besiktas 4-1 at home. Miya saw yellow in the 90+3 minutes.

In the MLS, Mike Azira was a used substitute as his Chicago Fireside beat Atlanta United 2-0.

In the Tanzania Vodacom Premier League, Nicholas Wadada played full time as his on form Azam FC pipped Tanzanian Prison 0-1 on the road.

Elsewhere, Boban Zirintusa started before coming off in the 36th minute for Juma Nyangi as his Mtibwa Sugars FC lost 0-1 at home to Young Africans.

Custodian Cleo Setuba and Jospeh Zziwa didn’t feature as their Biashara United side drew 0-0 at Ruvu.

In the Burundi Primus League, Allan Brian Kiiza and Steven Mugisha didn’t play as their Le Messanger Ngozi side drew 1-1 at Rukinzo FC.

Defender Joseph Othieno featured as his Musongati FC side drew 1-1 at Les Elephants.

Fixtures for Today (Monday 28th September 2020).

In Egypt , Derrick Nsibambi and Smouha SC will host Haras El Hodood.

In Sudan , custodian Salim Jamal and Al Hilal Omdurman will visit Al Hilal Kadougli.

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