Rwanda thumped Seychelles 7-0 in the return leg for the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers(CAF) at Stade Kigali, Nyamirambo in a game which concluded this Tuesday.
The riveting display was the most lopsided scoreline produced by Amavubi in any game even without, team captain Haruna Niyonzima because of concerns to do with his identity.
Amavubi under the coach Vincent Mashami effectively neutralized opponents through possession, with its simply passing game tiring them and creating the chances they needed to break through. And their defence was as reliable, too.
Striker Meddie Kagere had a chance to open the net when he looped goalkeeper Darel Damoo with a tap but it went out side the net.
Midi-fielder Djihad Bizimana set the tone for the home side when he opend the scoring when he arrowed in the ball in, 16 minutes from set piece free kick from Muhajiri Hakizimana , before Meddie Kagere made it two through a header on the 28 minute.
Pirates of Seychelles endured yet harrowing night having lost 3-0 in the first leg at home in the first leg five days ago. For the Coach Jan Mark, the worst was yet to come in the full 90 minutes.
Amavubi was a joy to watch, the ease with which they dismantled the Pirates was such that the the visitors ran out options other than cons-ceding more goals before the first 45 minute.
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Skipper Jacques Tuyisenge netted the third which his showing fully deserved, two minutes into the half hour through a low pinpoint shot..
Six minutes later, the skipper slotted in a second, the third in two games to extend the lead for Rwanda to 4-nil eleven minutes before the end of first half.
Kagere struck a double to make it 5-0 on 51minute, before midfielder Yannic Mukunzi was on target on the 58 minute making it 6-0. He later gave way for Sefu Niyonzima. Pirates player Brandon Labrosse was cautioned by Eritrean ref for a foul.
Mashami brought on defender Thierry Manzi for US based Abdul Rwatubyaye while Kagere was switched for APR FC striker Ernest Sugira.
On the 80 minute Muhajiri made it 7-0, that wrapped the victory for Rwanda on 10-0 aggregate.