Uganda’s hopes of featuring a team in this year’s CAF Confederations Cup group stages faded further after KCCA's famous 'our way' failed to yield as they suffered a 3-0 defeat in the hands of AS Atoho at the Omnisport Marien stadium in Owando, Congo on Sunday.
The rampant hosts were determined to get early goals and in plenty and could have gone ahead in the fifth minute but Obenchan was at the right spot to divert an attempt for a corner.
However, KCCA could only hold until the 20th minute before conceding a penalty which Moussa calmly planted in the net.
The striker, who was on form on the day, doubled his lead just two minutes later to put the hosts in the driving seat in the first half.
Mike Mutebi made quick changes at the start of the second stanza introducing Allan Kyambadde for Mike Mutyaba and the other Mutyaba in Lawrence Bukenya’s space.
Teenager Allan Okello nearly pulled one back ten minutes later but his strike was saved by the keeper, Mohikola.
The keeper was called into action five minutes later to thwart Kyambadde’s attempt after the midfielder weaved through three defenders on his way into the goal area.
The Congolese made one classic change in the 75th pulling off Arci Muvanga for Wamba KIkasa. The substitute proved his worth almost immediately with the hosts third.
The result means that KCCA have to score four unanswered goals in Kampala next weekend for a chance to progress to the money stage.