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TANZANIA Under-20 football crew, the Tanzanite lost 2-1 to Ethiopia in the continuous CECAFA Women’s Championship at FTC Njeru Stadium in Uganda on Wednesday.

Mesay Temesgen and Yien Nyabouny scored objectives for Ethiopia before Clara Luvanga got the Tanzanite’s reassurance objective Following the triumph, Ethiopia took order of the association subsequent to keeping up with their splendid run with nine focuses from three continuous successes.

Uganda have dropped two the subsequent spot, however they may hold their order assuming they win against Eritrea. Tanzania are fixed third, with six focuses after two successes and a loss.

In the previous experience, the main half was cagey and with restricted scoring possibilities. The two sides had not many endeavors; among the endeavors was in the eighth moment, where Tanzanite captain Irene Kisisa botched an unmistakable opportunity from an all around formed set through from Aisha Masaka.

In the 23rd and 28th minutes, Ethiopia reacted with all around taken free kicks from Ridet Assrasang and Mesay Temesgen. In any case, Tanzania’s goalkeeper Asha Mrisho was very much positioned to spill the ball.

Ethiopia came re-energized in the last part after break to score two times and in the end guarantee every one of the three places. Temesgen and Nyabouny scored an objective each to direct Ethiopia to triumph, hence rising to the table’s culmination.

Ethiopia broke the halt two minutes into the final part; Temesgen was sufficiently speedy enough to tap home and profited by a spilling ball after goalkeeper Mrisho had at first saved.

Ethiopia multiplied in the 58th moment through Nyabouny, who scored straightforwardly from a free-kick. In the end phases of the games, Luvanga pulled one back for Tanzania; they continued to push forward to twofold to rescue somewhere around a point yet fizzled.