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KCCA FC Edge Vipers on Penalties to win FUFA Super Cup

FUFA Super Cup 2018
Vipers SC 0(2)-0(4) KCCA FC, played at Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku
Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) emerged winners of the 2018 FUFA Super Cup after defeating Vipers SC in the game played on Saturday at Muteesa II stadium,Wankulukuku.
The closely contested encounter ended goalless in 90minjutes but it was KCCA FC who got the edge in the kicks from the penalty mark winning 4-2. No extra time was played.
FUFA Super Cup 2018 winners KCCA FC recieving the trophy from FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye at Wankulukuku on Saturday
The game started on a low temple. The first attempt at goal came from Vipers SC new recruit Noah Wafula in the 4th minute whose effort was saved by goalkeeper Charles Lukwago.
On the other end, Bernard Muwanga attempted an over head kick off Mustafa Kizza’s cross but went wide.
Both teams called for changes in the second half with Vipers SC introducing Tito Okello and Brian Kalumba for Frank Tumwesigye and Wafula respectively.
L-R KCCA FC Midfielder Allan Okello and Vipers SC defender Livingstone Mulondo battling for the ball during the FUFA Super Cup at Wankulukuku on Saturday
KCCA FC brought on Sadat Anaku and Musa Esenu for Mike Mutyaba and Allan Kyambadde in that order.
Goalkeeper Lukwago made two fine saves to deny Vipers SC from scoring in normal time. First, he parried away Moses Waiswa’s free kick before making a stoppage time save against Dan Muzeeyi Sserunkuma.
L-R Isa Masembe, Taddeo Lwanga, Ali Sabira, Brian Miiro Nsubuga,  Referees’ Assessor Waiswa Ali, Charles Lukwago and Okello Dick in a group photo before the kick off of FUFA Super Cup at Wankulukuku on Saturday
The shot stopper carried on with the heroics on the day by saving Aggrey Madoi’s kick from the spot while Moses Waiswa fired wide despite Geoffrey Wasswa and Tito Okello converting.
On the other hand, KCCA FC had all their penalties converted through Mustafa Kizza,Hassan Musana,Bernard Muwanga and Julius Poloto.
Chairman FUFA Competitions Committee Hamid Juma (M) decorating a medal to KCCA FC player Mustapha Kizza at Wankulukuku on Saturday
Victory for KCCA FC meant they have won the title for the third time and for keeps. They defeated Vipers SC in 2016 and last year when they beat Paidha Black Angels.
The FUFA Super Cup is a contest between the Champions of the Uganda Premier League and the winners of the Uganda Cup.
Uganda Referees Association Chairman Ronnie Kalema handing over a medal to Referee  Brian Miiro Nsubuga after the FUFA Super Cup match at Wankulukuku on Saturday
Vipers SC Starting XI: Fabian Mutombora (GK), Bashir Asiku, Agrrey Madoi, Livingstone Mulondo, Geoffrey Wasswa, Taddeo Lwanga (Capt), Dickens Okwir, Frank Tumwesigye, Dan Muzeeyi Sserunkuma, Moses Waiswa, Noah Wafula
KCCA FC Starting XI:  Charles Lukwago (GK-Capt), Filbert Obenchan, Mustapha Kizza, Hassan Musana, Bernard Muwanga, Lawrence Bukenya, Julius Poloto, Herbert Achai, Suleiman Mutyaba, Allan Okello, Allan Kyambadde
KCCA FC- Mustafa Kiiza(Scored), Hassan Musana(Scored),Bernard Muwanga(Scored),Julius Poloto(Scored)
Vipers SC- Geoffrey Wasswa(Scored), Aggrey Madoi(Missed), Moses Waiswa(Missed),Tito Okello(Scored)

MAIN PHOTO: FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius (2nd left) Mugoye handing over the trophy to KCCA FC Captain Charles Lukwago at Wankulukuku Stadium on Saturday.

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