Diaspora: Kasumba, Kivumbi and Kizza on target while Awanyi misses decisive penalty- how Ugandan professional fared over the weekend

The Touchline Sports - Diaspora: Kasumba, Kivumbi and Kizza on target while Awanyi misses decisive penalty- how Ugandan professional fared over the weekend

This weekend had Ritah Kivumbi, Umar Kasumba and Edward Kizza all on target for their respective sides while on the other side, it was a sad weekend for Timothy Awanyi who missed a decisive spot-kick for his side in Toto Cup.

This is how Ugandan professionals fared over the weekend.

Starting off in England, Uche Ikpeazu Mubiru featured for 80 minutes as his side, Middlesbrough FC drew goalless with Derby in the English Championship.

In the Football League one, Jordan Obita featured full-time for Wycombe Wanderers as they secured a 1-0 victory over Lincoln City. He assisted Sam Voykes for the winner.

While Elvis Bwomono was absent through Injury as Southend United defeated Kings Town 1-0 in the Conference Premier National League.

In the USA, Edward Kizza continued scoring, once again netting for New England Revolution II as they drew 1-all with Tormenta in the USL League One.

Michael Azira was an unused substitute for New Mexico as they drew 1-all with Oakland in the USL.

Mustafa Kizza was introduced in the 88th minute of the game and was cautioned for Montreal Impact as they also drew 1-all with Philadelphia in the Major league Soccer.

Heading to Kenya, Umar Kasumba was on target for Bandari FC as they secured a 2-0 victory over Wazito United in their BetKing Kenyan Premier League finale. Peter Lwasa was also in action for Kariobangi Sharks as they drew goalless with Sofapaka. Benjamin Ochan was in goal as AFC Leopards lost 3-2 to Kakamega HomeBoys.

In Germany, Herbert Bockhorn was introduced in the 60th minute and helped his side, VFL Bochum defeated Mainz 2-0 in the Germany Bundesliga.

In South Africa, Denis Onyango was absent as his side, Mamelodi Sundowns defeated AmaZulu 1-0 in the DSTV premiership.

Isma Watenga started in goal for Chippa United and kept a clean sheet as they defeated Sekhukhune United 1-0 while Moses Waiswa was an unused substitute for SuperSports United as they drew goalless with Cape Town City.

In Sweden, Ritah Kivumbi was on target as a substitute as Mallabacken IF secured a 3-1 victory over Bollstanas in the Swedish Elitettan.

Alexis Bbaka featured for 85 minutes as his side, Umea FC drew 1-all with Sandviken in the Swedish Division 1.

In Egypt, Derrick Nsibambi was an unused substitute as his side, Smouha SC secured a 3-1 victory over El Gouna in the Egyptian Premier League.

In the Czech Republic, Isaac Muleme featured full-time as his side, Viktoria Zizkov drew goalless with Usti nad Labem in the Czech Republic national football league.

In Denmark, Moses Opondo came on in the closing stages of the game as his side, Odense Boldkub drew 2-all with Brondby in the Danish Super Ligue.

While Robert Kakeeto never made it to the matchday squad as AaB Aalborg drew 1-all with Randers.

In Portugal, Edrisa Lubega ‘Torres’featured for 58 minutes as his side, Estrella FC secured a 3-1 victory over Farense in the Portuguese Liga pro.

In Israel, Timothy Awanyi was a second-half substitute and missed a decisive spot-kick as Ashdod SC lost 5-4 to Bnei Sakhnin in the Toto Cup Ligat Al after a goalless stalemate. Fahad Bayo featured for 88th minutes also.

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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