Amavubi players, Coach, plus the backroom celebrated and sustained rounds of applause with the supporters after a goalless draw with Tanzania in the CHAN 2018 qualifiers that ended at Nyamirambo Stadium.
Rwanda national team avoided the humiliation of defeat and kept firmly on the road to Kenya, after a goalless draw with Tanzania in a game that ended 1-1 aggregate on Saturday at Nyamirambo stadium.
The fact that Amavubi was blessed with one away goal scored by Dominique Savio Nshuti in the first leg played away in Mwanza meant they avoided the humiliation of defeat and kept firmly on the road to face Uganda, Cranes that hammered South Sudan 5-1in the other encounter.
Rwanda head coach Antonia Hey, made a few changes in his squad compared to that featured in the first leg in Mwanza hoping to score given the home advantage but it did not produce any positive results.
Taifa Stars the visitors started well in the opening minutes, with their striker John Bosco using all his energy to place the ball behind the net but Amavubi backline and goalie keeper Eric Ndayishimiyi played a great role to deny them the opportunity.
Rwanda the aggregate winner of the tie will face Uganda in the final qualifying round for a ticket scheduled to be hosted by Kenya early next year.