Tanzania’s Simba SC ‘win-like’ Arsenal in England, registers for CAF ticket  

In Tanzania, Simba has to thank its strikers Fredrick Blegnon and Shiza Kichuya who scored the two goals as the team comfortably outclassed Mbao FC to win Azam Federation Cup final at an extra time and qualify for the CAF Confederation cup since 2013.

Tanzania’s Simba SC ‘win-like’ Arsenal in England, registers for CAF ticket  

In Tanzania, Simba has to thank its strikers Fredrick Blegnon and Shiza Kichuya who scored the two goals as the team comfortably outclassed Mbao FC to win Azam Federation Cup final at an extra time and qualify for the CAF Confederation cup since 2013.

28 May 2017 Sunday 11:38
Tanzania’s Simba SC ‘win-like’ Arsenal in England, registers for CAF ticket  

By Amini Nyaungo

Tanzania’s Simba SC and England’s Arsenal FC, were both playing for the FA’s cup finals in their countries and the final score boards recorded 2-1, means Simba and Arsenal are all winners for FA cups.

In Tanzania, Simba has to thank its strikers Fredrick Blegnon and Shiza Kichuya who scored the two goals as the team comfortably outclassed Mbao FC to win Azam Federation Cup final at an extra time and qualify for the CAF Confederation cup since 2013.

Ivorian striker Fredrick Blagnon scored the goal in an extra time after Mbao defender losing direction due to Banda cross, Blagnon won the ball shot taking left foot to the net and make it leading for the first half of 15 minutes in the added time.

Mbao FC come back 1 minutes later after Second half make a level 1-1 mistake of Simba defender to think mbao Fc striker was off-side and make it level.

Simba triumph followed after failing to have any trophies for 5 years since 2013 and make record to win the FA Cup for the first time since founded.

Simba: Daniel Agyei, Janvier Bokungu, Mohammed Hussein, Juuko Murshid, James Katei, Jonas Mkude, Shiza Kichuya, Mzamil Yassin, Laudit Mavugo, Said Ndemla and Juma Luizio.

Mbao FC: Benedict Haule, Asante Kwasi, David Mwasa, Salmin Hoza, Yussuf Ndikumana, Boniface Maganga, George Sangija, Jamal Mwambeleko, Pius Buswita, Habib Haji and Ibrahim Njohole.

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