Senegal’s goal scorer Sadio Mane
10-man Uganda tumbled 1-0 away to 2002 World Cup quarter-finalists Senegal in Marrakesh to exit the 2014 qualifiers.
Coach Alain Giresse’s side needed a second half Sadio Mane goal to silence the Cranes team at the Stade de Marrakech Stadium in Morocco.
Cranes defender Geoffrey Walusimbi was sent-off for a bad foul on Gassama Lamine in the 36th minute.
Earlier another Cranes defender Isaac Isinde had also been cautioned.
Meanwhile, Manchester United striker Diouf Mane Biram missed several scoring chances for the Lions, before he was replaced.
The Cranes were forced finished the match with skipper Andrew Mwesigwa on the sidelines receiving medical attention.
And the result sees Senegal finish top of Group J table with 12 points, while the Cecafa regional champions end their 2014 qualifying hopes in second place with 8 points.
Senegal now joins Ethiopia, Nigeria, Egypt and Ivory Coast among others in the final phase of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.