U-20 FIFA Ladies World Cup qualifiers: Tanzania pip Uganda in first leg

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U-20 FIFA Women World Cup qualifiers: Tanzania pip Uganda in first leg


Tanzania Below 20 nationwide workforce on Sunday got here from a purpose right down to pip their Ugandan counterparts 2-1 within the preliminary spherical of the 2020 FIFA U-20 Ladies’s World Cup qualifiers at Nationwide Stadium, Dar es Salaam.

Uganda was the primary off the blocks with Juliet Nalukenge notching the opener earlier than Tanzania levelled by means of Diana Msewa. Clement Opa scored the winner to offer the hosts the benefit forward of February 2 return leg in Kampala.

The 2 groups drew blanks within the first half earlier than the damaging Nalukenge gave the guests the lead three minutes after the break. Tanzania drew stage by means of Msewa within the 58th minute and ensured that they get the benefit by means of Opa. 

First spherical

The winner of this tie will face the both Senegal or Sierra Leone within the first spherical. 

Tanzania Beginning XI

Asha Ismail, Protasia Mbunda, Esther Mabanza, Enekia Kasonga, Janeth Christopher, Diana Msewa, Opa Clement, Irene Kisisa, Daniel Pheromena, Aisha Masaka, Julitha Singano

Uganda Beginning XI

Juliet Adeke, Stella Musubika, Asia Nakibuuka, Aisha Namukisa, Shadia Nankya, Teddy Najjuma (Shakira Mutibwa), Phiona Nabbumba, Margaret Kunihira (Shamira Nalugya), Juliet Nalukenge, Fauzia Najjemba, Lilian Mutuuzo

2020 FIFA U-20 Ladies’s World Cup qualifiers

  • Gabon v DR Congo (DR Congo withdrew)
  • Tanzania 2-1 Uganda
  • South Sudan 0-5 Algeria
  • Zambia 0-2 South Africa
  • Burkina Faso 3-2 Gambia
  • Malawi 1-1 Zimbabwe
  • Burundi 0-5 Ethiopia
  • Mauritania 0-6 Guinea Bisau
  • Congo v Angola
  • Naimibia v Botswana
  • Liberia v Guinea

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