first_imgBiH football player Vedad Ibišević is the fifth player according to Player efficiency rating in the Europe, with only Dario Cvitanich, Miroslav Klose, Radamel Falcao and Lionel Messi more efficient than him.Vedad scored 10 goals from 37 shootings, which brings him the 27% efficiency rating.Another successful BiH footbal player Edin Džeko is on 10th position, with 21.3% efficiency rating, with 10 goals from 47 shootings in the second season playing for Manchester City.last_img


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first_imgAction in the KCCA game on Tuesday. KCCA won to stay top of the table with 9 points. PHOTO KCCAUPL Tuesday resultsKCCA     2   Soana         0SC Villa 1  JMC Hippos 0Express 1   Onduparaka 1,BUL      0   Saints 1URA      1   Vipers 1Kirinya 0   Sadolin 0Police    0  Proline 0Brightstars 0 Lweza 1KCCA continued their perfect start as the Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL) resumed Tuesday.Joseph Ochaya scored a rebound after his penalty was stopped by Soana goalkeeper Didi Muhammed, with a second coming from Muzamir Mutyaba as KCCA got a third straight league win.Mike Mutebi got one over his former colleague Sam Ssimbwa. They worked together at the start of the 2015/16 season but Ssimbwa’s contract was terminated for alleged match fixing.There were also wins for 16-time league champions SC Villa courtesy of a Ambrose Kirya goal, while Vipers and Express were held. Share on: WhatsApp Onduparaka, coached by Livingstone Mbabazi and Moses Oloya continued to show they are made for the top league, by snatching a point away at Wankulukuku.  They next host KCCA in Arua on Friday.What had been dubbed the game of the day, URA versus Vipers, ended in a frustrating draw.Erisa Ssekisambu’s late goal helped secure a draw for Vipers after Bokota Labama Kamana had put URA in charge earlier.last_img read more