Amavubi Seriously Beaten, Go ZanzibarPosted By: Patience Rutayisire - On:05/12/2017
Yahya Mudathir proved his super experience in the field as he challenged Olivier Niyonzima and Emmanuel Manishimwe. Defenders Ally Mbogo and Herve Rugwiro were scared to stand still in their positions which rendered Yahya chance in hand to lift the stadium with excitment.
Muhadjili tried to rekindle Rwanda’s hope as at the 46’Abeddy Biramahire passed him a perfect ball that he converted into a venomous shot that keeper failed to fend off . Zanzibar did not hold in pain after Amavubi, Wasps stung them because Djuma Muhammed, playing for Zanzibar, mercilessly shot another bullet which scared Rwanda’s goal keeper. Kassimu Khamis subsequently scored a farewell goal at the 86’ which prevailed Paul to surrender.
Zanzibar unarguably deserved the victory because Rwanda continuously challenged with covert tactics in the game that the Zanzibar team were bearing in mind. Rwanda was not only up beaten, also had APR Fc keeper Yves Kimenyi given a yellow card during the match that took place at the Machakos stadium.
Antoine hey tried his ultmost to change game tactics as he sent fresh line up in the pitch to avoid being humiliated again as the match against Kenya left him a lesson but still chance did not crack up for Rwandans at all. Hey managed to make an important substitutions including Abeddy Biramahire, Justin Mico and holding midfielder Djabel Manishimwe . Rwanda seriously beaten at the second match after losing respect in front of Kenya on Sunday. The national team will on Thursday face off with Libya.
Rwanda’s first lineup
Kimenyi Yves (GK 23), Imanishimwe Emmanuel 3, Rugwiro Herve 16, Mbogo Ally 9, Ombolenga Fitina 13, Niyonzima Olivier Sefu 21, Nshimiyimana Imran (C.5), Niyonzima Ally 8, Sekamana Maxime 11, Hakizimana Muhadjili 10 and Nshuti Innocent 19.
Zanzibar first lineup
Mohammed Abdurahman (GK 18), Ibrahim Mohammed Said 15, Haji Mininya Ngwali 16, Abdala Salum Kheri 13, Issa Haidari Dau 8, Abdul Azizi Makame 21, Yahya Mudathir Abbas 4, Muh’d Issa Juma 10, Ibrahim Hamad Ahmada 17, Feisal Salum Abdalla 3 and Suleiman Kassim (C-7).