Uganda’s representatives in the CAF Confederation Cup, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) football club have recorded their second victory of the group stages on Saturday.
A 2-0 victory over Nigeria’s Rivers United give the Ugandans 6 points out of the possible 9.
Derrick Nsibambi scored a well taken double, with a goal coming in each half.
Nsibambi got his first 13 minutes into the game with the assist coming from Vincent Kayizzi.
Bolaji Sakin scored the equaliser three minutes after the half hour mark as the two sides returned for the mandatory half time rest at one goal apiece.
Nsibambi was the hero with yet another strike, 20 minutes from full time to give the Ugandan side their second victory at home after overcoming Tunisia’s Club Africain last month.
KCCA is now second in group A as they have 6 points, the same as Morocco’s FUS Rabat who are better on goal difference.