Leopards edge Singinda to Super Cup semis


AFC Leopards SC forward Marcelus ‘Adebayo’ Ingotsi (R) celebrates scoring against Wazito FC with his ...
AFC Leopards SC forward Marcelus ‘Adebayo’ Ingotsi (R) celebrates scoring against Wazito FC with his teammate Ibrahim Mao during their friendly match at Camp Toyoyo stadium in Nairobi, Kenya on February 08, 2017. Leopards SC won 6-1. Photo/Stafford Ondego/www/sportpicha.com

Local giants AFC Leopards sailed to the Super Cup semi finals edging Tanzania’s Singida 5-4 on post match penalties, after a 1-1 draw in regulation time at the Uhuru Stadium – Dar es Salam  on Monday.

Salum Chuku sealed Singinda’s fate after blasting his spot kick over the bar, as Bernard Mang’oli, Duncan Otieno, Allan Kateregga and Gilbert Fiamenyo converted Leopards’ penalties.

Singinda had shown clear intent knocking out Ingwe, with Tingunyi Tafadzwa  scoring the opener in the 10 th.

Teenager Vincent Oburu restored parity early in the second half, finishing off a sumptuous cross by Ghanian Fiamenyo.

Leopards Starting XI

Gabriel Andika (GK),  Dennis Sikhayi, Joshua Mawira, Abdallah Salim, Marcus Abwao, Duncan Otieno, Harun Nyakha, Bernard Mang’oli, Whyonne Isuza, Vincent Oburu,  Gilbert Fiamenyo

Subs: Ian Otieno (GK), Mike Kibwage, Yakubu Ramadhan, Andrew Tololwa, Samwel Ndung’u, Marsellus Ingoti, Paul Kiongera

Coach: Dennis Kitambi

Singinda Starting XI

(GK) Said Lubawa, Hassan Dumba, Salum Chuku, Roland Msonjo, Elisha Muroiwa, Kenny Ally, Wisdom Mtasa, Tafadzwa Kutinyu, Atupele Green, Simbarashe Nhivi, Emmanuel Shango.

Subs: Robert Jacton, Juma Kennedy, Yusuph Kagoma, Salum Kipaga, Nizar Khalfan, Sumbi Elinyesia, Mohammed Titi, Adrian Banana

Coach: Hans Van Pluijm

 

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