Sekagya scores for table topping Red Bull Salzburg

Former Cranes skipper Ibrahim Sekagya, was instrumental in his side’s Red Bull Salzburg 2-2 draw with FC Admira Wacker in the Austrian Bundesliga yesterday as he scored the opener for his table topping side in their away game.

Sekagya scored in the 15 minute his first goal of the season, but his efforts where short lived as the hosts scored through Cameroonian

Patrick Mevoungou and Rene Schicker to give the fifth placed team a 2-1 lead, but a 80 minute equaliser Swedish Rasmus Lindgren was just enough for them to settle for a deserved result.

The win pushed 2009-2010 Bundesliga champions to the top of the ten team league with Rapid Wien to play later today. Salzburg has 45 points while Wien has 42 points.

Sekagya recently hang up his boots from international football to pave way for future players in the national team.

He together with David Obua and Nestroy Kizito decided to retire from international football to fully focus on their career’s with their respective clubs.

The towering defender has been an instrumental player of the side since the days of Italian manager Giovanni Trappatoni.

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