Uganda were on Wednesday pooled in Pot 3 of the draws alongside Congo, Rwanda and Sudan, meaning that the four cannot meet each other in the group stage. That leaves the Cranes open to facing traditional continental giants Cameroon, Morocco, Ivory Coast and Nigeria among others. But as the draws are conducted at Sofitel Rabat Hotel today, Cranes interim coach Moses Basena reckons that Uganda do not have choice luxuries of possible opponents.
It was always going to be about him. And he duly announced his arrival at KCCA in grand style with a goal in the 2-0 victory over Police. Yet Mohammad Shaban’s debut strike on 14 minutes could not overrule Allan Kateregga’s Man of the Match performance; the dread-locked ‘dancing rasta’ capping his impressive day with a solo effort five minutes from full time.
By Andrew MwanguhyaKampala — Cranes coach Moses Basena and Uganda will look back at their World Cup qualification campaign and pat themselves on the back. The Cranes completed their 2018 campaign with a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Congo in Brazzaville on Sunday thanks to Milton Karisa's leveller. Karisa, starting his first game for the senior Cranes, repaid Basena's faith by equalizing a minute within Marvin Baudry's 10th minute opener for Congo to ensure Uganda end with respect intact.
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