Samson Ceasar Okhuti scored a brace, his first goals for the club since the January mid-season transfer from rivals Express.

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) goal-hero Ceasar Okhuti felt hard work paid off after he fired a brace to ensure his side beat Soana FC 2-0 on Tuesday evening in the Azam Uganda Premier League at Nakivubo stadium.

Okhuti scored his first for the club just after 4 minutes of play as he cleared the ball into the box from a mess created by Didi Muhammad in the dangerous area. He pounced again in the second half from an uncleared corner kick to seal the three points for the league leaders.

KCCA coach Mike Mutebi felt the two strikes were lucky and could probably be repeated, nevertheless man of the match Okhuti was delighted.

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“It’s a blessing to play such a big game and score such wonderful goals but if you work hard and believe in yourself, such things happen,” he told EagleOnline after the game.

“We still go and fight and the big man Mutebi (head coach) keeps pushing us every day. All we need is one chance. Mike wasn’t panicking at all at half-time. He just told us to keep working hard.

“We need to concentrate considering our position on the table. We need these chances, and if we utilise them, surely we would win the league.”

KCCA F.C now maintains the leadership grip at the summit of the league with close rivals, Vipers not in action.

Express F.C fell 2-0 away in Jinja at the Kakindu stadium to JMC Hippos.

Team captain Richard Wandyaka and Musa Walangilira scored for the Hippos.

At Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku, URA F.C was held to a one all draw by Lweza.

Defender Allan Munaaba scored an own goal to put give Lweza the advantage towards the end of the first half before Elukana Nkugwa equalized three minutes into the second half second.

The Saints F.C lost their great run since the second round start when they lost at home 1-0 to visiting Sadolin Paints.

Bright Stars played to a none scoring draw with BUL F.C at the Champions stadium.

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