CAF Confederations Cup 2019
Proline FC 3-0 Master Security
StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo
LUGOGO – Ivan Bogere grabbed the headlines on Saturday afternoon, bagging a hat trick on Saturday afternoon as Proline defeated Malawi’s Master Security 3-0 in the CAF Confederations Cup 2019.
Making his first-ever appearance at the continental level, Bogere was played through on goal by Nordin Bunju before the striker beat goalkeeper Chinwenwe Kunkwawa.
Proline searched for a second goal before half time but it was not to be as the game went into the break at 1-0.
Three minutes to the hour mark, Bogere scored his second of the day as he poked home an Ibrahim Ssendi cross.
At this point, the home side was in dreamland and looked satisfied by the scores.
However, Bogere was not done as he squeezed the ball under the spread Kunkwawa to make it 3-0.
Speaking after the game, Proline head coach Shafick Bisaso noted that his team was more than ready before the contest.
“We did good homework and as I said earlier, we were very prepared for this game, noted Bisaso.
“We attained a lot of experience at the CECAFA Kagame Cup and by the time we played this game, we were more than ready to go.”
Asked where his team won the game, Bisaso was quick to claim that Proline used the ball better.
“We used the ball better and created so many chances.
“When we lost the ball, we defended well.
“When we go for the second leg, we will approach the away game in a different manner and hopefully we get another good result.”
This was Proline’s first-ever continental match and the result puts them in a commanding situation ahead of the second leg later this month.
The other Uganda representative on the continent, KCCA FC lost 2-3 away to African Stars in Namibia.
The teams used
Proline FC XI
Hassan Matovu (gk), Sakka Mpima, Yusuf Mukisa, Mustafa Mujuzi, Bernard Muwanga, Sam Kintu, Ibrahim Wamanah, Nordin Bunjo, Hakim Kiwanuka, Bright Anukani, Ivan Bunjo.
Masters Security XI
Chinwenwe Kunkwawa (gk), Jonh Chalamanda, Eric Atsiga, Chikondi Maloya, Reuben Kaunda, Mphatso Dzongololo, Amadu Makawa, Cuthbert Sineta, Limbani Suwedi, Mussa Manyenja, Beston Jinu.