WORLD

Uganda Cranes high spirits aiming to overthrow Kenya

The Uganda Cranes national team is confident of scoring three points, in a match against Harambee Stars on Thursday evening at St Mary’s Kitende Stadium in Kampala.

Cranes against the coaching Serbian coach Milutin Sredijovic Mitcho, will be left with a chance to advance to the third and final round, qualifying for next year’s World Cup finals in Qatar.
Coach Mitcho has allayed his youngsters’ fears of pressure from the match, which kicks off at 10 p.m.
“We are looking forward to a highly professional match from our highly motivated brothers to secure the right to be proud in the East African derby.
We will not focus too much on winning, but we will look for ways to win.
Uganda coach Milutin Sredejovic
Cranes captain Khalid Aucho says they are determined to score all three points.
“My opponents are ready to face Kenya and our goal is to grab all three points. We have no pressure because we know our opponents well inside and out,” said Aucho.
Uganda Cranes Captain Khalid Aucho
Uganda are second in Group E, qualifying for the World Cup and must beat Kenya at home and Mali away to reach the third and final round.
Mali are first with 10 points and will travel to Kigali to face Rwanda on Thursday.