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Ugandan Players Abroad: How they Performed Over the Weekend

Ugandan players in foreign clubs continue to enjoy play time and impress as their clubs play in their respective leagues.

The Tower Post summarises how they performed together with their clubs over the weekend.

In England, Elvis Bwomono played the entire game as his South end United drew 0-0 with Salford in English league two.

In Algeria Ligue I, Allan Okello who was introduced as a substitute in the second half netted a goal in the 85th minute as his Paradou Ac lost 3-1 away at MC Oran.

In lsreal Ligat ha’Al, Kizito Luwagga featured for 90 minutes as his Hapoel Kfar Saba lost 1-0 at home against Hapoel Hadera.

In Kenya, Mukisa Joseph featured for 90 minutes while Isaac Mweru was on bench as their Western stima drew 0-0 with Vihiga united in Betking premier league.

Still in Kenya, Hashim Sempala featured for 90 minutes while Aloro Rodgers was on bench as their Tusker fc lost 2-1 away at Bidco united.

In Zambia, Shafiq Batambuze played full time as his Kabwe warriors drew 0-0 with Nkwazi in Zambian premier league.

In Tanzania, Mathias Kigonya played the entire game as his Azam fc claimed a 1-0 win over Mbuni fc in Tanzania cup.. Nicholas Wadada was not on the match day squad.

In Morocco Botola pro, Patrick Kaddu was not on the match day squad as his Youssoufia Berrechid drew 1-1 with Rapide Qued Zem.

In Sudan , Jamal Salim was on bench as his Al Hilal drew 1-1 with Al Wadi.

In Portugal league 2, Alex Kakuba was not on the match day squad as his CD Cova da piedade lost 2-1 away at Arouca.

In Scottish premier league, Bevis Mugabi didn’t make the 18 man squad due to an injury as his MotherWell fc claimed a 2-0 win over Hibernian.

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