Khalid Aucho. Photo Courtesy.

Ugandan players in the Diaspora: Ritah Kivumbi nets 6th season goal, Aucho shines in Le Makasa victory as Mugabi’s Motherwell falls

Ugandan players in the Diaspora: Ritah Kivumbi nets 6th season goal, Aucho shines in Le Makasa victory as Mugabi’s Motherwell falls

Another very interesting and entertaining weekend it was for a number of Ugandan players in the diaspora but do you know how they performed?

As usual Ronald Lusulire brings you a detailed report of how our boys and girls fared.

In the Swedish Elitettan, forward Ritah Kivumbi netted her 6th season as Mallbackens W defeated Sunnana W 1-2 on the road. He strike came in the 20th minute.

In the Allsvenskun Women, Viola Nambi wasn’t in the match day squad as her Vaxjo DFF W beat Kristianstad W 2-1 at home.

In the Swedish Allsvenskun, lanky defender Ronald Mukiibi wasn’t in the match day squad while Isak Sewankambo played full time as their Ostersunds FK picked up a vital 0-1 win on the road at Helsingborg.

In the Supprettan, forward Alexis Bbakka started before paving way for Lundstrom in the 89th minute as his Umea FC side lost 0-3 at home to AFC Eskilstuna.

In the Egyptian Premier League, Khalid Aucho put up a decent full time show as his Misr Le Makasa side defeated Arab Contractors 1-0 at home.

Elsewhere, Allan Kyambadde came on in the 32nd minute for Ali as his El Gouna side lost 4-3 at giants Zamalek.

In the Scottish Premier, Bevis Mugabi played full time as his Motherwell FC side succumbed to a 1-5 loss at home to Rangers FC.

In the Danish Premier League, Robert Kakeeto was an unsed substitute as his Aalborg FC side lost 3-1 at Sonderjyske.

Meanwhile workaholic midfielder Moses Opondo started before coming off in the 63rd minute for Fenger as his Odense FC side lost 4-2 at Aarhus.

In the Czech Republic second division, left back Isaac Muleme was an unused substitute as his Zizkov side beat Blasko 1-2 on the road.

In the Portuguese Segunda, left back Alex Kakuba played full time as his CD Cova da Piedade lost 1-0 at Chaves.

In the Morocco Botola Pro League, Nelson Ssenkatuka wasn’t in the match day squad as his Mogreb Tetouan side drew 1-1 at home against giants Wydad Casablanca.

In the English championship, forward Karl Mubiru Ikepeazu wasn’t in the match day squad as his Wycombe Wanderers lost 0-2 at home to Swansea City.

In the English League 2, right back Elvis Bwomono played full time as his Southend United side lost 1-2 at home to Morecambe.

In the Estonia Meistrilliga, striker Edrisa Lubega replaced Ainer in the 44th minute as his Paide Linameskond side crushed Tallina Kalev 4-1 at home.

In the Vietnam Premier League, skipper Joseph Mpande played full as his Haiphong FC side lost 1-0 at Da Nang.

Elsewhere, Moses Oloya put up a decent 90 minutes show as his Hanoi FC side drew 2-2 at BHTS Quang Nam.

Meanwhile Geofrey Baba Kizito played full time as his Than Quang Nihn side drew 2-2 at home against Bin Duong.

Meanwhile Geofrey Baba Kizito played full time as his Than Quang Nihn side drew 2-2 at home against Bin Duong.

In the Turkish Premier League, Farouk Miya was introduced in the 67th minute for Milosevic as his Konyaspor FC side cruised past Besiktas 4-1 at home. Miya saw yellow in the 90+3 minutes.

In the MLS, Mike Azira was an used substitute as his Chicago Fire side beat Atlanta United 2-0.

In the Tanzania Vodacom Premier League, Nicholas Wadada played full time as his onform Azam FC pipped Tanzanian Prison 0-1 on the road.

Elsewhere, Boban Zirintusa started before coming off in the 36th minute for Juma Nyangi as his Mtibwa Sugars FC lost 0-1 at home to Young Africans.

Custodian Cleo Setuba and Jospeh Zziwa didn’t feature as their Biashara United side drew 0-0 at Ruvu.

In the Burundi Primus League, Allan Brian Kiiza and Steven Mugisha didn’t play as their Le Messanger Ngozi side drew 1-1 at Rukinzo FC.

Defender Joseph Othieno featured as his Musongati FC side drew 1-1 at Les Elephants.

Fixtures for Today (Monday 28th September 2020).

In Egypt 🇪🇬, Derrick Nsibambi and Smouha SC will host Haras El Hodood.

In Sudan 🇸🇩, custodian Salim Jamal and Al Hilal Omdurman will visit Al Hilal Kadougli.

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