On fire Lubega nets double again, Bakaki’s Nkana wins Zambian league as Mukiibi shakes off injury

On fire Lubega nets double again, Bakaki’s Nkana wins Zambian league as Mukiibi shakes off injury

A weekend of mixed feelings it was for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora but do you know how they performed?

As usual Ronnie Lusulire followed them up to find out who was in and who was out.

In the Estonia Meistrilliga, forward Edrisa Lubega continued with his sublime form with another brace as his Paide Linammeskond downed Tallina Kalev 4-0. He netted in the 8th and 16th minute to take his season tally to ten goals.

“All the brilliant performance is because of working hard and Allah.”

He told www fufa.co.ug.

In Egypt, midfielder Khalid Aucho was an unused substitute as his Misr Lemakasa side defeated Aswan 2-1.

Elsewhere, defender Timothy Awany featured as his Ashdod FC side bowed out of the Israel Toto cup as they lost 0-1 at home to Hapoel Tel Aviv while

William Luwagga Kizito also featured as his Hapoel Kfar Saba side fell 3-0 on the road to Netanya in the Toto cup.

Meanwhile in South Africa, custodian Denis Onyango made an assist as his Mamelodi Sundowns side defeated Bidvest wits 3-2 to progress to the next stage of the Nedbank cup.

In Zambia, defender Shafiq Bakaki’s Nkana won the league following Forest Rangers’ barren stalemate against Zanaco FC at the Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola. custodian Mathias Kigonya played full time for Forest Rangers.

Paul Musamali’s Buildcon FC finished in 13th place on, Yasin Mugabi’s Red Arrows finished in 10th place while Misi Katende and Brian Bwete’s Mufulirwa Wanderers got relegated.

In the Swedish Allsvenskun, defender Ronald Mukiibi returned from injury coming on in the 88th minute for Haugan as Ostersunds FK side lost 0-1 at home to ten man Elfsborg. Another Ugandan defender Isak Ssewankambo played full time for Ostersunds FK.

In the Suppretan, Alexis Bbakka wasn’t in the match day squad due to injury as his Umea FC side lost 1-0 on the road to Jonkopings.

Elsewhere in the Swedish Allsvenskun Women, Viola Nambi wasn’t in the match day squad as her Vaxjo DFF W lost 3-0 away against Eskistuna United W.

In the Scottish Premier League, Bevis Mugabi played full time in central defence as his Motherwell FC side lost 0-1 at home to Dundee United.

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