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UEFA Assist U17: Uganda Cubs beat Belarus in The Last game

Results-UEFA Assist U17 International Tournament-Turkey

Uganda 1:0 Belarus

Cameroon 1:2 Morocco

Guinea 2:2 Australia

Turkey 5:0 Tanzania

Uganda 1-4 Morocco

Tanzania 3-2 Australia 

 Cameroon 4-1 Uganda 

Morocco 1-0 Belarus 

Tanzania 0-1 Guinea

Turkey 4-1 Australia 

Senegal 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

In the third game of the UEFA Assist U17 International tournament, Uganda beat Belarus to register their first and only victory after playing three games in Antalya, Turkey.

Mugulusi Isma celebrates after scoring for Uganda Cubs against Belarus

Mugulusi Isma of Kirinya Jinja SSS FC Junior team scored in the 33rd minute.

Uganda missed converting from the penalty spot to double the lead through Mugisha Rogers a few minutes after the first goal. He kick was saved.

Asaba Ivan takes on Moroccan opponents

In the first two games, Uganda lost to both Cameroon and Morocco 4-1 scoring once in each of the games. Rogers Mugisha scored for Uganda in the encounter against Cameroon while Thomas Kakaire netted in the second half of the game against Morocco.

Uganda Cubs XI
Morocco U17 XI

Uganda’s Contingent departs from Antalya, for Istanbul on Sunday 10th March and arrive in Uganda on Monday night.

Uganda U17 Starting XI against Belarus

Komakech Jack (18 GK), Sekimbegga Kevin (4), Ibrahim Juma (9), Ekellot Ibrahim (12), Kizito Gavin| (5), Opaala Edrine Mukisa (17), Sekajja Davis (11), Kakaire Thomas (14), Mugulusi Isma (2), Asaba Ivan (16),  Mugisha Rogers (21).

Mwaka Polycarp (15) came in for Asaba Ivan, Alou John Kokas came in for Opaala Edrine and Owane Yasin respectively

Unused Substitutes

Oyo Delton (1 GK), Wasswanga Shafiki (3), Alou John Kokas (13), Kasozi Samson (7), Kiddawalime Soul (8), Jarieko James (20), Owane Yasin(10) Kakande Shafic (23).

MAIN PHOTO: Uganda Cubs celebrate their only and winning goal against Belarus 

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