South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)
put up a spirited fight but lost 1-0 to Sudan in a quarter final match played
in Gulu Town at the on-going Cecafa U-20 Challenge Cup on Sunday.
James Yorâ€™s team played their hearts out but missed a penalty and scored an own
goal to exit the regional tournament.
goalless first half skipper Daniel Samuel Solong should have given South Sudan
the lead from the spot, but his attempt was saved by Sudanâ€™s goalkeeper after
With less than five minutes to the final whistle Buay Lam Chan netted an own goal that helped Sudan progress to the semi final stage.
very unlucky today because we had the chance to win the game and instead conceded
a n own goal. But I think the tournament has been good exposure for my players,â€�
said South Sudanâ€™s coach after the game.
In another quarter
final tie Kenyaâ€™s Raising Stars beat Burundi 2-1 at the Fufa Technical center
the lead through a goal by skipper Hamimu Hakiziman after 45 minutes. But Patrick
Otieno and Benson Oluoch Ochieng netted second half goals to make sure Kenya
Eritrea also progressed after a 5-0 victory over Zanzibar, while Tanzania shocked hosts Uganda 4-2.
The semi finals will be played on October 2nd, while the play-off for third place and final will be played on October 5th in Gulu.
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