Namungo won 1-0 against Mwadui in latest Tanzania Premier league fixture.(Opinion)
By Firedadj | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Namungo played against Mwadui away from home and managed to win 1-0 in the end earning a much needed three points.
Namungo played their latest fixture in the Tanzanian Premier league against Mwadui away from home, and managed to win the away fixture 1-0 in the end. Namungo did an amazing job by winning the match, as it helped them with a helping hand and a boost away from relegation zone. Namungo is currently in the 10th place spot on the table with 24 points just one point away from the relegation zone. Namungo's win is all thanks to Styve Nzigamasabo who scored the only goal of the match in the second half.
Namungo opened the scoring in the second half of the match when Styve Nzigamasabo scored the opening goal of the match in the 61st minute to lead at 1-0. Namungo managed to hold onto their lead as they got it right to win the match in the end. Namungo's win has got them in the 10th place spot as the win were very much needed for the away side Namungo.
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