Kampala Funds City Authority (KCCA) FC commenced there in the 2018 CAF Champions League, Group A marketing campaign with a 1- defeat to Township Rollers at the National Stadium in Gaborone
The win can take the Botswana giants to the leading of Group A standings following match day just one, even though Uganda’s KCCA are placed fourth on the table.
The Blues dominated the match from the start with Lemponye Tshireletso wanting perilous for the home aspect.
he skilful forward defeat 4 KCCA defenders just before forcing goalkeeper Tom Ikara into a very good save twelve minutes into the game.
Tshireletso then almost benefited from some miscommunication at the again concerning KCCA defenders and Ikara just before the 50 %-hour mark.
The shot-stopper came out speeding to very clear the ball and it strikes Tshireletso, but KCCA defender Ibrahima Kizza made an important goal-line clearance.
Nonetheless, Tshireletso was not to be denied in the 36th minute when he pounced on to a bad pass by the defence and he fired the previous Ikara to make it 1- to Rollers.
The momentum was with Rollers with half-time split approaching and it must have been 2- to the hosts 7 minutes just before the split.
Tshireletso unleashed an impressive shot which was spilt by Ikara and by some means Joel Mogotosi skipped the focus on from the rebound.
KCCA then contained Rollers right until the match referee Ferdinand Udoh from Nigeria the half-time whistle and the score were 1- to Rollers at the interval.
The Rubbish Collectors commenced the next-50 % very well and they came really near to levelling issues three minutes into the game.
Muhammad Shaban strikes the crossbar with Rollers shot-stopper Keagile Kgosipula very well-overwhelmed and Rollers managed to very clear their traces.
Nonetheless, Tshireletso continued to torment the Rubbish Collectors’ defence with his rate and ability.
The Botswana international was unlucky not to seize his brace when he pulled the result in from selection in the seventieth minute and the ball strike the woodwork with Ikara overwhelmed.
Nikola Kavazivoc, the Rollers coach, then made the decision to make a tactical adjust – pulling out attack-minded Motsholetsi Sikele and he launched keeping midfielder Gape Mohutsiwa
Mohutsiwa was deployed just in front of the Rollers defence as they appeared to consist of KCCA in the closing phases of the game.
This authorized KCCA to attack and they were awarded a free-kick in a promising area in stoppage time.
Nonetheless, Derrick Nsibambi’s work from the resultant free-kick was finger-tipped in excess of the crossbar by Kgosipula, who ensured that the game ended in a 1- win favour of Rollers.
Rollers (1) 1 (Tshireletso 36′)
Rollers: Kgosipula, Mathumo, Motlhabankwe, Gaolaolwe, Ditshupo, Mogorosi (Ncenga 90’+2), Tshireletso (Matete 89′), Moyana, Sikele (Mohutsiwa 74′), Ntege, Boy.
KCCA: Ikara, Awanyi, Kizza, Kirabira, Okello, Nunda (Nsibambi 58′), Obenchan, Shaban (Kaddu 90′), Bukenya, Musamali,