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Vipers Leads The Azam Uganda Premier League Table After Beating KCCA

It was anticipated to be the game of the season for the two teams Vipers and kcca both have quality and modern players.

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And yes. As anticipated, the game was so interesting  and was never boring for the crowd.

The game was played at the Vipers domicile stadium.

KCCA opened the scoring through their talent striker Shaban Mohammad in the 12th Minute .Howver, their joy didn’t last for long for in just two minutes later the hosts equalized through their play maker Milton Karisa.

And before the Half Time ended, Vipers took the lead through Erisa Ssekisambu making it 2-1.

In the second half, Karisa scored his brace in the game  making the  game 3-1.

As the game was ending, Shaban also scored his brace in the game thus ending the game at 3-2 in favor of Vipers.

Vipers’s win  made them top the league with 52 points, three  above second  placed SC Villa whereas KCCA FC remain third on 48 points.

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