Diaspora: how Ugandan professionals abroad fared over the weekend


Not a weekend of too much action due to the UEFA Nations League, but still a few Ugandans were in action over the weekend, and here is how Ugandan professionals abroad performed with their respective teams.

In South Africa, Denis Onyango was still out nursing an injury as his side, Mamelodi Sundowns clinched their tenth Absa PSL title after a 3-0 win over Black Leopards in their last game of the season.

Moses Waiswa also continued to sit out with an injury as his side, SuperSports United lost 1-0 to Cape Town City FC and will miss out on continental football next season.

In Egypt, Derrick Nsibambi continued with his fine form in the Egyptian Premier League finding the back of the net once again as Smouha SC played out to a 3-all draw with Aswan SC.

Nsibambi’s goal in the 15th minute took his tally to 3 goals, all scored in the last 4 games.

Allan Kyambadde started and played 65 minutes as his side, El Gouna came from a goal down to defeat Pyramid FC 2-1 at the El Gouna Stadium.

Khalid Aucho played 90 minutes as his side El Makkasa humiliated Ismaily SC 4-1 in the Egyptian Premier League game played at the Arab Contractors Stadium.

In England, Elvis Bwomono played full-time as his side, Southend FC lost 1-0 to 10-man Gillingham FC in the EFL Cup.

Forward Uche Ikpeazu Mubiru didn’t make the matchday squad as his Wycombe Wanderers side lost 4-2 to Brentford FC in penalties after a 1-all draw in normal time.

Jean Sseninde made her debut as her side Wakefield Trinity Ladies FC were 5-0 winners over Hepworth Ladies FC in the Women FA cup.

In Denmark, Robert Kakeeto and Moses Opondo were all in action as their sides, AaB Aalborg and Odense Boldklub met for a closed-door friendly game on Friday evening which ended 2-1 in favor of AaB Aalborg.

Robert Kakeeto played full-time for AaB Aalborg while Moses Opondo featured for 59 minutes.

In Sweden, Patrick Mulyanti featured for IFK Åmål as they lost 1-0 to Nordvärmland FF in the Swedish Division 2.

Alexis Bbaka played 90 minutes as Umea FC drew 1-1 with IK Brage in the Swedish Superettan.

Ritah Kivumbi came on in the 62nd minute and helped her side, Mallbacken IF defeat Alvsjo AIK 2-0 in the Swedish Elitetan.

In USA, Mike Azira was an unused substitute as his side, Chicago Fire FC lost 2-1 to New England Revolution in the Major League soccer.

In Tanzania, Boban Zirintusa played full-time as his Mtibwa Sugar side played out to a goalless draw against Ruvu Shooting in the Tanzanian Premier League.

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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