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The learning curve continues as Thomas Kakaire nets for Uganda Cubs in loss to Morocco

Results-UEFA Assist U17 International Tournament-Turkey

Uganda 1-4 Morocco

Tanzania 3-2 Australia 

 Cameroon 4-1 Uganda 

Morocco 1-0 Belarus 

Tanzania 0-1 Guinea

Turkey 4-1 Australia 

Seneagl 2-0 Nigeria

Montenegro 2-1 Angola 

Group 1: Tanzania, Guinea, Australia, Turkey 

Group 2: Cameroon, Uganda, Morocco and Belarus

Group 3: Senegal, Nigeria, Angola, Montenegro 

 

Thomas Kakaire netted late in the game (83rd minute) to pull back a consolation goal for the Uganda U17 against Morocco. Kakaire plays for Bright Stars FC Junior team in the FUFA Juniors League.

Uganda’s captain Kizito Gavin Mugweri (5) and Morocco captain Ouacharaf Bilal (19) pose for a photo with match officials before kickoff

Having fallen to Cameroon 4-1 on Tuesday, the Cubs were looking forward to impress against Morocco. However, the story didn’t change much as they again lost by the same score line. Boujemaoui Faissal, Loune Ali and Ait e Asri Oussama netted for Morocco.

Rogers Mugisha of Uganda encounters Morocco’s defender Ramzi Achraf (14).

It is the second loss of the Uganda Cubs as they will return to action on Friday against Belarus in a tournament organised by CAF and UEFA to help the 8 qualified teams to the AFCON U17 Finals prepare for the tournament in Tanzania due next month.

Uganda Cubs Starting XI against Morocco
Morocco U17 that faced Uganda U17 in Turkey on Wednesday

Uganda U17 Starting XI against Morocco

Oyo Delton (1 GK), Sekimbegga Kevin (4), Ibrahim Juma (9), Ekellot Ibrahim (12), Kizito Gavin| (5), Opaala Edrine Mukisa (17), Sekajja Davis (11), Kakaire Thomas (14), Asaba Ivan (16), Kakande Shafic (23), Mugisha Rogers (21).

Mwaka Polycarp (15), Mugulusi Isma (2) came in for  Opaala Edrine and Kakande Shafic respectively

Unused Substitutes

Komakech Jack (18 GK), Wasswanga Shafiki (3), , Alou John Kokas (13), Kasozi Samson (7), Kiddawalime Soul (8), Jarieko James (20), Ziraba Ronnie (22).

Main Photo: Asaba Ivan takes on Morocco defenders

 

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