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Football | CHAN 2016

Junior Yunus Sentamu © Backpagepix

Video - Chan Moment of the Day



There was not much to write home about on the second day of the 2014 African Nations Championship (Chan) in Cape Town on Sunday.

Morocco played to a goalless draw against Zimbabwe while Uganda beat Burkina Faso 2-1.

Although Morocco goalkeeper Nadir Lamyaghr pulled off a great save to deny Zim what could have been a winner in the 64th minute, we've chosen Junior Yunus Sentamu’s first goal for Uganda as the supersport.com Moment of the Day.

With the scores tied at nil-all, Sentamu took advantage of a defensive error by the Burkinabes and rounded the goalkeeper before tucking the ball home to give Uganda the lead.

Santamu started ahead of the experienced Francis Olaki and the 19-year-old did not disappoint as he bagged both goals for the Cranes. His two goals powered coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic’s charges to the top of the Group B standings.

For that great performance and goal, we at supersport.com say: "We salute you, Yunus Sentamu!"

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