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Diaspora: How Ugandan professionals abroad fared over the weekend

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This past weekend was the final gameweek for most of the top tier leagues across the globe before the World Cup. A couple of Ugandan professionals were in action and this is how they fared.

Starting off in Scotland, Sadat Anaku was introduced on in the 67 minutes as Dundee United lost 1-0 to Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.

Bevis Mugabi was out with a knee injury as his side, Motherwell United drew 1-all with St. Johnstone.

In England, Jordan Obita was an unused substitute for Wycombe Wanderers as they claimed a 2-0 victory over Forrest Green.

Giosue Ebong Bellagambi started in goal for Spennymoor Town as they drew 1-all with Peterborough Sports in English National Football League.

In Denmark, Moses Opondo played 90 minutes and made an assist for AC Horsens as they drew 3-3 with OB.

In Turkey, Uche Ikpeazu Mubiru was out suspended for Konyaspor Kulubu as they claimed a 2-1 victory over Kayserispor in Turkish Sùper Lig.

In Azerbaijan, Kizito Luwagga remained unused on Sabail FK bench as they lost 1-0 to Zirah in the Azerbaijan Premier League.

In German, Herbert Bockhorn played 45 minutes for 1.FC Magdeburg as they suffered a 1-0 loss to Darmstadt.

Melvyn Lorezen featured for 45 minutes for Wormatia FC as they lost 5-2 to FC 08 Homburg in German Regionalliga.

In Israel, Timothy Awanyi featured fulltime for Ashdod SC as they lost 3-2 to Maccabi Netanya in the Israeli Premier League.

In Serbia, Pius Obuya didn’t make it to Mitrovica Radnički matchday squad as they claimed a 1-0 victory over Indija.

In South Africa, Dennis Onyango helped Mamelodi Sundowns wallop Orlando Pirates 4-0 to win the Carling Black Label Cup.

In Ghana, Steven Mukwala featured for Asante Kotoko as they defeated Medeama in the First Capital Plus Premier League.

In Czech Republic, Isaac Muleme featured fulltime for Viktoria Zizkov as they claimed a 4-1 victory over Jablonec in the Czech Republic National Football League.

In Zambia, Keziron Kizito played for Zesco United as they lost 1-0 to Zanaco in the MTN Zambian Premier League.

While Hashim Sempala also featured for Kabwe Warriors as they lost 2-1 to Muza FC.

In Tanzania, Khalid Aucho started on bench for Young Africans as they defeated Diego Hamis Kizza’s Kagera sugar 1-0 in the NBC Premiership.

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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