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Uganda Cranes stumble in Madagascar
Publish Date: May 18, 2014
Uganda Cranes stumble in Madagascar
Cranes will depend on their solid home record to advance
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Madagascar 2 Uganda 1

Uganda Cranes will have to overcome a one goal deficit if they are to make it to the next phase of the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Hamisi Kiiza scored a penalty in added time for Uganda, to put the return leg in a fortnight evenly poised. The hosts scored one of their goals from a penalty, and missed another in the second half.

Uganda Cranes struggled on the artificial surface they played on.

Cranes: Watenga Isma , Guma Denis, Ochaya Joseph,Kalungi Henry, Mwesigwa Andy, Hassan Wasswa, Diego Kizza, Aucho Khalid, Baba Kizito, Okwi Emma, Mutumba Kayongo.

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