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Monday, 26 November 2012 08:58


CECAFA: Clinical Tanzania hit 2 past Sudan


Tanzania begun their CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup campaign with a straightforward 2-0 win over Sudan in a match played Sunday 25 November 2012 at the Namboole Stadium in Kampala Uganda.

Striker John Bocco scored both goals in the first half, to hand the Kilimanjaro Stars the win against a Sudan side that lacked the necessary quality to get going in the match.
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Both goals were scored by big Azam striker Bocco, who took advantage of Mrisho Ngasa's wing play to tap in both goals, the first on 14 minutes and the second on 29.
Sudan improved in the second half but their quality infront of goal was lacking and they flunked out of the match scoreless.
The win means that the Tanzanians are second in group B with three points and but behind Burundi who have a better goal average after thrashing Somalia in their opening match.

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