Simba hit Mbao on penalties, clinch Bronze

first_img0Shares0000Simba SC’s Hassan Dilunga tries to find a way past Mbao FC players in their SportPesa Cup play-off match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on January 27, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluDAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, Jan 27 – Zambian Clatous Chama scored the winning penalty as last year’s finalists Simba SC beat Mwanza-based Mbao 5-3 on spot-match spot kicks at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam to clinch the bronze medal at the 2019 SportPesa Cup in Tanzania.The game had to go the full length to penalties after a barren stalemate in regulation time and Chama who came on as a second half sub scored the fifth Kick for Simba just after Mbao’s Ratesh Kotecha had skied his effort. Simba had scored the first four through Emmanuel Okwi, Nicholas Gyan, Serge Pascal Wawa and keeper Deogratius Munishi.Mbao had scored through Said Khamis, Babilas Chitembe and Vincent Philipo.On the balance of chances, Simba should have comfortably won the game in regulation time but were too wasteful.In the opening 10 minutes of the game, Wekundu Wa Msimbazi dominated proceedings with Sadney Urikhob having most of the opportunities infront of goal. He twice shot on target but in both instances, he shot too close to the keeper.In the ninth minute of the game, he had perhaps the best chance when Rashid Juma’s cross found him at the edge of the box but he took too many twists inside the box and his eventual shot was weak.Shiza Kichuya also had a chance wen Urikhob turned provider cutting back the ball for him, but the midfielder’s effort was saved by the impressive Mbao keeper Metacha Mnata.Meddie Kagere was a tightly marked man for Simba and he rarely found space to run in as the Mbao defense kept him closely guarded. He only managed one shot, but couldn’t find its way on target.In the second half, Simba coach Patrick Aussems made changes including bringing on Emmanuel Okwi for Kagere while Clatous Chama also came in for Kichuya.Okwi brought some excitement in attack with his pace and came close after 12 minutes when his first time volley off a Rashid Juma cross went against the crossbar, Mnata well beaten. 0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Got Windows will travel If youre a longtime Wi

first_imgGot Windows, will travel! If you’re a long-time Windows mobile device user, you’ll have found that there are loads of free Windows apps on the market, some good, some great, some pretty useless! It is difficult to work out what are the best Windows apps so some research is necessary. That’s where we come in!There’s an app for almost everything, including travel. There are many paid and free Windows travel apps to make your journey more efficient, your holiday more enjoyable, but what are the best Windows travel apps for you? Skyscanner’s travel tech experts have looked at a broad range of products, from mapping tools to weather forecasts, to come up with its top 10 Windows travel apps.1. Evernote (free)Evernote can take every kind of note – written, voice records, films, photography – and sync them to all your devices, not only making it an indispensable notebook to carry with you on the road, but also a great tool to keep your memories of all those amazing trips.2. CoPilot Live (£26.99 per country)CoPilot is the equivalent of Tom-Tom in an app. Never again be lost in Milton Keynes, Death Valley or downtown Jakarta, and avoid the high costs of renting a GPS with your hired car. There’s also CoPilot Truck for pro long-distance lorry drivers – now that’s cool.3. The Weather Network (free)Will there be snow in New Orleans or sunshine and showers in Newcastle? Get detailed current, short and long-term meteorological info with this useful app. As B*Witched once sang, don’t blame it on the weatherman. With the forecast at your fingertips, you’ll only have yourself to blame.4. SkyMap (£1.29)If you’re lost on your travels, don’t fear, with SkyMap you can navigate by the stars. Wherever you are on the planet, simply point your phone at the sky and it will tell you where you are in terms of stars, constellations, planets or other deep space objects. It only works at night, if that wasn’t obvious.5. Birds PRO (£7.99)Ideal for the binocular-toting business traveller who squeezes in the odd afternoon of birdspotting between face-to-faces across the continent, this app boasts 1500 photos, 468 recordings of songs and calls, info and fun identification quizzes, so you can gen up on target species on the plane. 6. Tube Map (free)Get around on the London Underground like never before! Plan your tube journey from Archway to Barking, West Hampton to East Ham, and receive live train status updates on a scrollable map to make your journey across the capital less hassle.7. Flight Status (free)This nifty little app keeps you up-to-speed about the current status of each flight, like the departure time and departure gate, which saves you having to get up and check the screens while you’re whiling away your six-hour delay with a cheese n’ bacon burger, curly fries and eleven pints of lager.8. Allrecipes (free)Oh no! You’re on the shuttle home from Heathrow and you realise you haven’t got anything scheduled for supper. Your other half will not be best pleased if you turn up with pizza, so get inspired on Allrecipes, grab some fresh ingredients on your way home, and whip up a candlelit dinner that’ll make them forget all about your failure to flush the toilet this morning.9. App Market (free)Looking for a travel app, but don’t know which one? Can’t see your Angry Birds from your CheesedOffCats? App Market should be in everyone’s top 10 Windows apps, as it allows you to search for Windows Phone apps using a variety of clever criteria and filters. You can find, bookmark and install apps in a user-friendly and intuitive manner.10. Skyscanner (free)Last but not least, the world’s most powerful and flexible flight search app: which just so happens to be Skyscanner’s very own free app for Windows. The official Skyscanner app makes it possible to search and book cheap flights on the go, and when you’re looking for travel inspiration you only have to spin the globe to see which destinations are cheapest to reach.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedTop 20 best travel apps: recommended by Skyscanner20 of Skyscanner’s travel tech experts pick their personal favourite travel app they don’t leave home without.iPhone travel apps – discover the best free & paid apps with SkyscannerGot iPhone, will travel! Our pick of the best travel apps for iPhoneAndroid travel apps – discover the best free & paid apps with SkyscannerGot Android, will travel! Our pick of the best travel apps for Android.last_img read more