Red Sea Boys loses 6-5 to Yanga of Tanzania

Red Sea’s defender Flimon Tsegay (left) and Samuel Berhane during their Kagame Castle Cup group A match

Supersuport.com,

Tanzanian Yanga team survived by the skin of their teeth to make the semifinals of Cecafa Kagame Cup after edging out Red Sea of Eritrea 6-5 on post match penalties in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.

The teams had tied 0-0 in regulation time after Red Sea who came into the match as underdogs gave a good account of themselves against their more fancied opponents who had massive home support.

In the penalty shootout captain Shadrack Nsajigwa, Rashid Gumbo, Kenneth Asamoah, Davis Mwape, Nordin Haroub and Nurdin Bakari scored their spotkicks while Kiggi Makasi’s penalty was saved by Red Sea keeper Daniel Goitom. Continue reading

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Red Sea Boys loses 6-5 to Yanga of Tanzania

Red Sea’s defender Flimon Tsegay (left) and Samuel Berhane during their Kagame Castle Cup group A match

Supersuport.com,

Tanzanian Yanga team survived by the skin of their teeth to make the semifinals of Cecafa Kagame Cup after edging out Red Sea of Eritrea 6-5 on post match penalties in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.

The teams had tied 0-0 in regulation time after Red Sea who came into the match as underdogs gave a good account of themselves against their more fancied opponents who had massive home support.

In the penalty shootout captain Shadrack Nsajigwa, Rashid Gumbo, Kenneth Asamoah, Davis Mwape, Nordin Haroub and Nurdin Bakari scored their spotkicks while Kiggi Makasi’s penalty was saved by Red Sea keeper Daniel Goitom. Continue reading

Red Sea Boys loses 6-5 to Yanga of Tanzania

Red Sea’s defender Flimon Tsegay (left) and Samuel Berhane during their Kagame Castle Cup group A match

Supersuport.com,

Tanzanian Yanga team survived by the skin of their teeth to make the semifinals of Cecafa Kagame Cup after edging out Red Sea of Eritrea 6-5 on post match penalties in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.

The teams had tied 0-0 in regulation time after Red Sea who came into the match as underdogs gave a good account of themselves against their more fancied opponents who had massive home support.

In the penalty shootout captain Shadrack Nsajigwa, Rashid Gumbo, Kenneth Asamoah, Davis Mwape, Nordin Haroub and Nurdin Bakari scored their spotkicks while Kiggi Makasi’s penalty was saved by Red Sea keeper Daniel Goitom. Continue reading