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Diaspora: How Ugandan professionals fared over the weekend

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It’s another weekend of promising performances from Ugandan professionals in their different leagues across the globe. As always, we bring you an insight into how they fared.

In Estonia, Edrisa Lubega found the back of the net as his side, Paide fell 3-1 loss to Nomme JK Kalju in the Estonian Meistriliiga.

In Sweden, Isak Ssewankambo played 79 minutes and was replaced by Hennrick Bellman as  his Ostersunds side drew 2-2 with BK Hacken in the Allsvensken league.

Mukisa Kenneth played full-time as his Team TG FF lost 4-2 at home against IFK Lulea in the Swedish Division 1.

Ritah Kivumbi started the game and was withdrawn in the 66th minute as her side Mallbackens W lost 2-0 to AIK W in Sweden Elitettan women league.

In Vietnam, Baba Kizito featured for 90 minutes and helped his side Than Quang Ninh claim a 2-1 victory over Dan Nang in V-league.

In Tanzania, Boban Ziruntusa was an unused substitute as his Mtibwa sugar lost 1-0 to Kinondoni in Vodacom premier league.

Seiri Arigumaho scored for his Side Singida United as they claimed a 2-0 victory over Ruvu in Vodacom premier league.

Nicholas Wadada started as his Azam FC draw 1-all with Lipuli FC.

In Denmark Moses Opondo started and played 46th minute as his Odense side grabbed a 2-0 win over Randers FC.

Midfielder Robert Kakeeto played 57 minutes as his Aalborg side defeated Brøndby I.F 1-0.

In Turkey, Farouk Miya was suspended and didn’t take part in Konyaspor 4-3 win over second placed Trabzonspor.

In England, Jordan Obita came on in the 58th replacing Tyler Blackett as his side Reading FC lost 4-3 to Blackburn in the English Championship.

In Zambia, Forest Ranger’s league match against Zanaco FC was cancelled as 28 players for Forest Rangers tested positive for Coronavirus. Mathias Kigonya plies his trade for the the Rangers.

Paul Musamali made an assist in the 46th minute as his side Buildcon drew 1-1 with powers Dynamos in Zambia MTN Premier League.


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